4-H Kids for Cancer Awareness

The Blazing Saddles are a 4H horse club from Grays Harbor County made up of 6 girls from Hoquiam, Aberdeen & Rochester. They are raising money by putting on an Open Gaming Show in honor of Ronni Dhooghe to raise money to purchase Wii video consoles for the Cancer Ward at Children's Hospital. Ronni lost her battle with cancer last September at the age of 9 and had often mentioned that she would like to do something to better the stay of the other kids having to stay in the cancer ward. The Wii's will not only provide entertainment for these children, but will also support physical therapy to help strengthen weakened muscles.
The show will be held September 26th at the Flying M Arena in Tumwater. For more information contact us at 360 532 1252. Donations are still being accepted. Thanks for your support.

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Bailey says ... on Monday, Nov 30 at 5:59 PM

Ronni was my cousin and we were all so sad that she has Passed. I wish God didn't have to take her life away so soon, but she was eternally bleeding and I guess it was time for her to go. She was a nice, caring, and quiet girl. Miss You Ronni!!!

Debby Barrett says ... on Friday, Sep 11 at 9:35 PM

my hat is off to not only the blazing saddles but to her family as well. this is a great way to honor a spectacular girl and her family!! way to go!!

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