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Matt Klein benefit scheduled for Nov. 1

A benefit is scheduled Nov. 1 for a 29-year-old Valley City, N.D., native who suffered a massive stroke in April. Matt Klein's stroke caused severe paralysis that left him unable to talk. He has made some progress in regaining mobility, but still...

A benefit is scheduled Nov. 1 for a 29-year-old Valley City, N.D., native who suffered a massive stroke in April.

Matt Klein's stroke caused severe paralysis that left him unable to talk. He has made some progress in regaining mobility, but still has a long way to go.

He has been at Bethesda Rehabilitation Hospital in St. Paul since May. He will need an electric wheelchair and computer.

The benefit runs from 7 p.m. to 12:30 a.m. at Fargo's Holiday Inn at Interstate 29 and 13th Avenue South. The event features entertainment by Wayne's World of Music, a silent auction and a raffle drawing.

People can send contributions to: Matt Klein Benefit Fund, State Bank & Trust, Attn: Toni Huck, PO Box 10877, Fargo, ND 58106.

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