THE CITY REBORN FROM THE ASHES OF AMERICA'S MOST DISASTROUS FOREST FIRE
800 Attend Miracle for Mike Frievalt Benefit
Over 800 persons attended the Miracle for Mike Benefit held in Crivitz July 12th.
Mike Frievalt along with his wife, Molly, sons, Ryan and Riley, and daughter, Hattie, thank everyone who helped out with the benefit. People of all ages gave what they could so that I can get the treatment I need to make me feel better, Frievalt said. The entire community came together to help us with the fight against Polycystic Kidney Disease. It was truly amazing to see young and old pitch in to make the event a giant success. I have been truly blessed to live, work, and raise a family in this small community for over 20 years.
Our hope is to get the treatment needed to slow the growth of the cysts and to gain more kidney function so I can continue to work and serve the residents of the Village of Crivitz.
Again Frievalt offers a thank you to each and every person, family, business and organization that helped to plan the event, donated money, gifts/prizes, and to all the volunteers that took the time out of their day to work at our event. Please keep us in your prayers as we fight Polycystic Kidney Disease, he added. The Miracle for Mike Benefit was an amazing experience that I will never forget. The most amazing gift someone can give is the gift of life so please research and consider organ donation.
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