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Local youths raise money for cancer fund

11:18 AM, Oct. 3, 2013
Gigi Diekelman, front row from left, Bailey Wunrow, Benjamin Wunrow and Bennett Wendorf present a check to staff from the Stevens Point Cancer Center, a partnership between Marshfield Clinic and Ministry Saint Michael's Hospital.
Gigi Diekelman, front row from left, Bailey Wunrow, Benjamin Wunrow and Bennett Wendorf present a check to staff from the Stevens Point Cancer Center, a partnership between Marshfield Clinic and Ministry Saint Michael's Hospital.
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For the second year, Bailey Wunrow, 12, Benjamin Wunrow, 8, and their friends, Bennett Wendorf, 11, and Gigi Diekelman, 12, each with family members affected by cancer, raised money for Saint Michael's Foundation's Oncology Fund through the sale of their homemade suncatchers.

"My grandfather passed away from cancer. So we wanted to do something that helped others who are going through cancer," Bailey said.

Last year the youths sold their art pieces for $1 and raised a total of $106; they gifted all of the money to the foundation in honor of their families. This year they sold their own ...

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