BLOOD DRIVE: School Honors Former Student

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Her friends and family laid down the challenge and on Tuesday, people showed up to give their blood to honor a girl who lost her fight with cancer.

Camryn Storbeck was seven-years-old when she passed away suddenly last month. She had been fighting neuroblastoma.

Her school, Crestview Elementary, organized today’s blood drive and they also dedicated a tree in Camryn’s honor.

“All of the kids in the school got to come and listen to Camryn’s teacher, Ms. Dodd. She had a little dedication and then everybody got to blow some bubbles in Camryn’s memory. It was very sweet,” Bridget Jacobson explained.

The blood drive is going on to 6 p.m.