The 15-year-old boy “is not a candidate for a kidney transplant because it would infect his new kidney.” A spaghetti dinner benefit is planned for next month.
More than 125 Northeast Ohio artists contribute to the live/silent art auction at this annual benefit to support animals in need.
The event’s name plays off woman’s nickname of “Sherbear.”
April 29 benefit at the Willard Moose Lodge to fund Care to Share program
St. Paul seniors Jay Burns, Annika Lantz and Danny Ruffing organized the cancer benefit.
Event will include pizza dinner, 50/50 raffle and Chinese auction, as well as music.
Peyton Felver diagnosed with rare form of childhood cancer.
Family will host auction and dinner to offset medical bills and other costs after accident and major surgery.
Emily Keener to perform at Sept. 25 event at Bronson-Norwalk Conservation League.
Spaghetti dinner and raffle Aug. 28 at VFW will help offset medical costs for local man and family.
Money raised will be used for man’s bone marrow stem cell surgery to restore his vision and repair eye trauma.