Mark Chesnutt Aids Young Boy

Mark Chesnutt will donate his time and talent to help a critically ill young boy at the Kendrick Little Benefit Concert in Comanche, Okla., July 26.

This charitable effort has been organized for the benefit of Kendrick Little, a five-year-old boy who is fighting a life battle with High-Grade Glioma, a rare and fatal form of brainstem cancer that affects nearly 300 children per year. The concert will be held at the Asbury Park Complex at 6 p.m. Proceeds from the benefit will be dedicated to assist the family with young Kendrick’s expenses. “This event is special for me and I am honored to help this family,” Mark says. “With three young and healthy kids, it is hard to think about what little Kendrick and his family are going through. My thoughts and prayers are with them all as they live day-to-day fighting this silent killer.” If you wouild like to help or purchase tickets to the event, contact geanannbadgwell@clearwire.net.

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