Rumble Against Childhood Cancer spaghetti dinner


Virginia Burden, right, talks with her son Edward Burden, both of Botkins, during a Rumble Against Childhood Cancer spaghetti dinner at Meyer’s Tavern in Botkins, Saturday, Sept. 24. The dinner was held to raise money for Curesearch for Childrenճ Cancer which says it’s “mission is to end childrenճ cancer by driving targeted and innovative research with measurable results in an accelerated time frame.” Virginia Burden crocheted angel ornaments for the raffle that are in memory of her great grandson Alex Shoup who died of cancer. Shoup is also the grandson of Edward Burden. Three bikes and a kids tractor were also raffled off at the event.


Luke Gronneberg | Sidney Daily News

Virginia Burden, right, talks with her son Edward Burden, both of Botkins, during a Rumble Against Childhood Cancer spaghetti dinner at Meyer’s Tavern in Botkins, Saturday, Sept. 24. The dinner was held to raise money for Curesearch for Childrenճ Cancer which says it’s “mission is to end childrenճ cancer by driving targeted and innovative research with measurable results in an accelerated time frame.” Virginia Burden crocheted angel ornaments for the raffle that are in memory of her great grandson Alex Shoup who died of cancer. Shoup is also the grandson of Edward Burden. Three bikes and a kids tractor were also raffled off at the event.

Virginia Burden, right, talks with her son Edward Burden, both of Botkins, during a Rumble Against Childhood Cancer spaghetti dinner at Meyer’s Tavern in Botkins, Saturday, Sept. 24. The dinner was held to raise money for Curesearch for Childrenճ Cancer which says it’s “mission is to end childrenճ cancer by driving targeted and innovative research with measurable results in an accelerated time frame.” Virginia Burden crocheted angel ornaments for the raffle that are in memory of her great grandson Alex Shoup who died of cancer. Shoup is also the grandson of Edward Burden. Three bikes and a kids tractor were also raffled off at the event.
http://sidneydailynews.com/wp-content/uploads/2016/09/web1_SDN092816KidsCancer.jpgVirginia Burden, right, talks with her son Edward Burden, both of Botkins, during a Rumble Against Childhood Cancer spaghetti dinner at Meyer’s Tavern in Botkins, Saturday, Sept. 24. The dinner was held to raise money for Curesearch for Childrenճ Cancer which says it’s “mission is to end childrenճ cancer by driving targeted and innovative research with measurable results in an accelerated time frame.” Virginia Burden crocheted angel ornaments for the raffle that are in memory of her great grandson Alex Shoup who died of cancer. Shoup is also the grandson of Edward Burden. Three bikes and a kids tractor were also raffled off at the event. Luke Gronneberg | Sidney Daily News
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