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Cassie's Cruise

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A group of people are gathering to remember someone whose life ended too soon.

Cassie Lorenz lost her battle with muscle cancer last year at the age of 17. Cassie's family and friends will honor her memory by having "Cassie's Cruise."

Cars will have ribbon stickers and drive through different spots in town. Her close friend Layne Reynolds says cruising in her car was one of her favorite hobbies.

"You couldn't bring her down to be sad, mad, frown or anything," he said. "If you were down she'd be the first one, in your face, cheering you up. And that's what I want to do back for her."

Anyone is welcome to cruise. The group is meeting at the MSUB College of Technology parking lot at 7 PM on Saturday.

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