Lisa Clark was diagnosed with esophagus cancer in January. Before she was able to start treatments, Lisa had a feeding tube put in to regain the nutrition and weight that she had lost in the months prior. Lisa then went through five radiation treatments that helped take the swelling down and and allow her to eat normal food again, which was almost impossible before.
She is currently doing chemo every two weeks through a port which consists of almost a full day at the hospital and two days at home with it and then another trip to get it removed.
There will be a bake sale, auctions, raffles, food, beverages & more!
If you are interested in donating to the benefit, or have items for the auction, raffle, or bake sale, please drop them off at Cashton Building Supply. Feel free to get ahold of Dean at 487-4335, Erica at 606-9389, Erin at 606-0963, Trent at 606-9545, or Edith Clark at 763-301-2159 to make arrangements or to know details on when and where to have them dropped off.