Benefit for Cami Spooner – Saturday, July 16th, 2022 at Eagles

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Cami was diagnosed with breast cancer on August 13th, 2021. She endured many chemo treatments and finished her last one on March 28th, 2022. She underwent a double mastectomy in April 2022. This is just one of many surgeries she will have to endure. She is unable to work at this time. This benefit will assist with her living expenses as well as medical bills while she is out of work.

Megan Jean – May 7th 3pm

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Megan Jean – May 7th @ 3pm Eagles Club Megan Jean was diagnosed in June 2020 with AML, Leukemia. She has undergone several rounds of intense treatments and oral chemo medications, along with a bone marrow transplant. She went into a short remission and then her numbers came back higher than expected. The day before […]

Benefit for Jojo – Sept 25th

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JoJo was diagnosed with Multiple Myeloma in May 2021. She is currently undergoing treatment and is unable to work. The money raised from this event will assist her with medical bills as well as any other expenses she incurs during this time. JoJo was born and raised on the South Side of Des Moines and is very well known by many. She has a huge heart and has always helped others in need. Now it’s our turn to show her some love and make this time as comforting for her as possible.

Grab and Go benefit for Dustin Bachman

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March 6th 2021

Dustin began his journey many years ago when he was diagnosed with stage 4 cancer at the young age of 15 months. He fought that battle and won. He was a true miracle. Fast forward to 2014 when Dustin suffered his first heart attack which he later found was caused due to the chemo treatments he received as a child. He would later find out that these treatments caused permanent damage to his heart. On December 25th, 2020 Dustin woke up not feeling well and was taken to the hospital where he was told that his heart was only functioning at 10% and that he would only have 8 weeks to live. This is very hard news for a father of 3 to take at the young age of 35. He visited with the transplant team at University of Iowa Hospitals who gave him hope asl long as the medicine continues to work but he was given a large amount of tasks he would need to complete before he can be a candidate for a heart transplant, one of them being financially stable to endure the costs associated with this life changing surgery. He needs our help so let’s do what we can to see that Dustin meets his goal of getting on the transplant list.

Food Drive

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  Food Drive Friday from 1-7pm at the Izaak Walton League Join us as we collect NON-PERISHABLE FOOD ITEMS and cash donations to benefit the Food Bank of Iowa! 100% of your donations go to the Food Bank to feed our hungry neighbors right here in Central Iowa! Drop-off will be at the Des Moines […]