Fighting epilepsy in memory of Cara Meyer


Dressed as Super Girl Annabelle Frilling, 1, of Botkins, daughter of Matt and Brooke Frilling, runs towards a bounce house as though she might take-off during The Epilepsy Foundation Western Ohio (EFWO) Purple Pumpkin-Palooza and CaraBear Chase 5K. The event was held in memory of Cara Meyer who suffered from epilepsy. Money raised from the event will go to EFWO to find a cure for epilepsy.


Luke Gronneberg | Sidney Daily News

Dressed as Super Girl Annabelle Frilling, 1, of Botkins, daughter of Matt and Brooke Frilling, runs towards a bounce house as though she might take-off during The Epilepsy Foundation Western Ohio (EFWO) Purple Pumpkin-Palooza and CaraBear Chase 5K. The event was held in memory of Cara Meyer who suffered from epilepsy. Money raised from the event will go to EFWO to find a cure for epilepsy.

Dressed as Super Girl Annabelle Frilling, 1, of Botkins, daughter of Matt and Brooke Frilling, runs towards a bounce house as though she might take-off during The Epilepsy Foundation Western Ohio (EFWO) Purple Pumpkin-Palooza and CaraBear Chase 5K. The event was held in memory of Cara Meyer who suffered from epilepsy. Money raised from the event will go to EFWO to find a cure for epilepsy.
http://sidneydailynews.com/wp-content/uploads/2016/10/web1_SDN101016CaraBearGirl.jpgDressed as Super Girl Annabelle Frilling, 1, of Botkins, daughter of Matt and Brooke Frilling, runs towards a bounce house as though she might take-off during The Epilepsy Foundation Western Ohio (EFWO) Purple Pumpkin-Palooza and CaraBear Chase 5K. The event was held in memory of Cara Meyer who suffered from epilepsy. Money raised from the event will go to EFWO to find a cure for epilepsy. Luke Gronneberg | Sidney Daily News
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