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Softball tournament honors Treyden, benefits Kurtzweil family

10:13 PM, Sep. 13, 2013
Sara Shnowski of Mosinee tapes a description to a raffle basket for the Saving Treyden Softball Benefit at the Rozellville Lions Club on Thursday.
Sara Shnowski of Mosinee tapes a description to a raffle basket for the Saving Treyden Softball Benefit at the Rozellville Lions Club on Thursday.
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Holly Haupt of Marshfield started planning a softball tournament to benefit Treyden Kurtzweil months before the Stratford baby lost his battle with cancer.

After Treyden's death on June 13, Haupt knew she wanted to follow through with the event to honor Treyden.

Proceeds from the Saving Treyden Softball Tournament, which is being held this weekend at the Rozellville Lions Club, will go to help Treyden's parents, Travis and Cassie Kurtzweil of Stratford, to pay for their son's medical bills. ...

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