Over a hundred Aldergrove youths and families turned out in high spirits to do a fundraising walk for Katelynn Bartlett on Tuesday

Aldergrove Walks for Katelynn

Over a hundred Aldergrove youths and families turned out in high spirits to do a fundraising walk for Katelynn Bartlett on June 24

Over a hundred Aldergrove youths and families turned out in high spirits to do a fundraising walk for Katelynn Bartlett on Tuesday, June 24 at Aldergrove Secondary school and Athletic Park.

Katelynn was recently diagnosed with a rare form of childhood cancer called Rabdomayosarcoma, and her parents have resorted to Employment Insurance so they can be there for Katelynn and their other children.

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