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Going Out Gold

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It's been 3 months since 5-year-old Calle Cronk died from cancer.

An event called Going Out Gold was held at Uberbrew. It was a way to remember Calle and other children who have passed because of the disease.

Matt Duray explains why the cause is so important for the last day of National Childhood Cancer Awareness Month.

Matt Duray said, "So we call this going out gold and really what it is September is childhood awareness month and gold is the color of it so our goal today is to remember those that have passed with childhood center and those fight it still today."

For more information you can go to the Hope for Caroline Facebook page.

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