Benefit brunch draws hundreds in support of 2-year-old girl
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More than 230 people attended a benefit brunch on Sunday to raise money for a 2-year old diagnosed with a rare form of kidney cancer called Wilms' tumor.
Kinsley Williams is the daughter of Josh Williams of Clarksville and Kelcey Williams, who resides in Omaha where Kinsley has received radiation and chemotherapy treatments since her diagnosis in February of 2013.
Family members organized a "Dad's Belgian Waffle Brunch" that was held Sunday at Heritage United Methodist Church.
All proceeds will help with medical expenses for Kinsley and her family.
Kinsley's aunt, Jessica Williams of Cedar Rapids, said Kinsley's last chemotherapy treatment is in a few weeks.
"We are all so ready to have this behind us and for her to have a normal life again," she said.
More information on Kinsley's fight can be found here.
Sunday, March 9 2014 10:45 PM EDT2014-03-10 02:45:03 GMT
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