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Silent Auction and fundraiser held for Kadence Jones

Emily, Kadence, and Trevor in the commons at Monday’s silent auction. Kadence is waiting for a bone marrow transplant.

The High School Commons was packed on Monday night for a fundraiser and silent auction for Kadence Jones.  Kadence, the daughter of Trevor and Emily Jones of Malad has been diagnosed with Diamond-Blackfan-anemia, and has been travelling to Salt Lake every 3 weeks for blood transfusions.  She is preparing to receive a bone marrow transfusion from her big sister Brynnlee.  Kadence is lucky to have an amazing amount of support from her family, friends, and the community at large.

The auction and raffle were held on Monday from 5-7:15, and while as of press time there were no totals to report, the commons, gym, and outdoor courtyard were filled to capacity.  The Hungry Heifer was parked outside, and the food lines were long.  Monies raised were donated to the cause of #Teamkadence.  T-shirt sales with the logo, and Venmo donations were also taken.  Anyone who was unable to make it to the event can follow the Venmo link, or call Andrea Jones at (208) 851-1103, Emily Nelson at (208) 479-1923, or Lacey Daniels at (208) 821-0907.

As always, the community came out in force to help support this special girl through a very challenging time.

“It’s what we love about living here,” Trevor Jones said.  “It’s a great community where everyone just comes together.”

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