Modern Woodman of America Donates $2,500 for Iuka Student Battling Cancer
2/15/2013 @ 1:31 PMThe Iuka Grade School recently held a benefit for one of their student s battling cancer. Now Modern Woodmen of America is stepping up to do their part. Modern Woodman recently provided a $2,500 match to the family of Katie Crouch. The Katie Crouch Benefit Night, held on Thursday, January 17th, raised over $11,000 by the Iuka Grade School for Katie's family. Crouch has been diagnosed with retinoblastoma, a cancer in the retina of the eye. The money will go to pay for the family's expenses related to Katie's illness.
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