Hoxie, family say thanks

  • By Mindy and Hoxie
  • Friday, April 14, 2017 11:51am
  • News

We’d like to thank everyone in Homer for the support we have received since our son Hoxie was diagnosed with cancer just a few weeks ago. It’s not easy being away from home while he receives treatment in Seattle but hearing of all the wonderful activities and events you have all held for him keeps some smiles on our faces.

From the Kickin’ it for Hoxie soccer camp to the Surf and Ski for Hoxie at the rope tow, you have all put in so much time and effort volunteering at and attending these events. We love seeing your smiling faces in the videos and photos we receive. Knowing we have all your support makes this difficult time a bit easier and warms our hearts.

Thank you so much!

 

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