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Teen battling cancer holds hot chocolate fundraiser, but not for himself

BROWNSBURG, IN- "Everybody loves hot chocolate, especially on a cold day like today,” 17 year old Jake Anders said while sitting next to a heater inside the tent of his hot chocolate stand. read more

Teen with brain cancer raises cash to pay dad’s expenses after knee surgery

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