Rehobeth softball hosts "Strike Out Cancer" softball camp

By: Taylor Tannebaum Email
By: Taylor Tannebaum Email

Dayla Gulledge is the Junior shortstop for the Rehobeth Rebels softball team. Her father, Don, has Bone Marrow cancer.

Chasilyn Sawyers is an outfielder on the JV squad. Her mother, Valerie, has GIST, a rare form of cancer in the G.I. tract.

This weekend, The Rehobeth Lady Rebels hosted the Strike Out Cancer Softball Camp. Proceeds from the event go toward the two families. The camp raised around $400 for each family.

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