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Brian Bommersbach benefit slated July 25

FARGO - A benefit for Brian "Bommer" Bommersbach will be from 5 to 9 p.m. July 25 at the El Zagal Shrine Center, 1429 3rd St. N. A picnic dinner of hot dogs, chips and baked beans will be served and freewill donations will be accepted. There will...

FARGO - A benefit for Brian "Bommer" Bommersbach will be from 5 to 9 p.m. July 25 at the El Zagal Shrine Center, 1429 3rd St. N.

A picnic dinner of hot dogs, chips and baked beans will be served and freewill donations will be accepted. There will also be a silent auction, bake sale, raffle and entertainment by Lake Country Band.

Brian is the son of Terry and Kim Bommersbach, West Fargo, and was diagnosed in May with acute leukemia. He is currently undergoing chemotherapy and will need a bone marrow transplant.

Donations can also be made to the Brian Bommersbach Medical Fund at any Wells Fargo bank.

For more information, call Jamie at (218) 979-9536 or Kari at (701) 361-8736.

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