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Emmalynn Bishop’s Hepatoblastoma Fundraiser
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Date/Time
Date(s) - 03/03/2013
1:00 pm - 10:00 pm

Location
Knights of Columbus

Category(ies)


Emmalynn Bishop is fighting Hepatoblastoma,
a childhood liver cancer.
She is the beautiful 9-month-old daughter of
John and Gina (Saimeri) Bishop.
She is a strong little girl just beginning her treatment against this cancer. She will be going through rounds of chemotherapy in hopes
to shrink this large tumor.

During this battle, her family will need not only your love and prayers, but financial support, so they can be by the side of their brave little girl as she goes through this treatment. We
are asking for your support in any way you can.

Tickets are $20 or two for $35

For tickets or to make a
donation, contact:
Linda Bengle – 636-4955
(rykevjoe22@comcast.net)
Kathy Neilsen – 575-0177
(kathyneilsen@KW.com)
Theresa Saimeri-Smith – 636-7521
(tsaimeri@aaapv.com)
Donations can also be made at:
GoGetFunding.com/project/emmalynn-bishop
Facebook Users can go to: Prayers For Emmalynn

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