A few weeks ago, I went to breakfast at the Fowlerville VFW post 6464. As soon as I walked in, I ran into the OLDEST LIVING WORLD WAR II VET in FOWLERVILLE, Carl Morgan. Click here to see the full story.

The truth is, I love the breakfast there. We began going there after we attended a cancer benefit for a (at the time) 4 year-old Hunter Hath of Fowlerville.

A few years ago, we had our own cancer benefit for my 4 year-old niece who was battling brain cancer. I saw our community come together. The love and positive had a lot to do with how both of these kids continue their inspiring recoveries. Plus, it really energized the family.

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Although there is hope for a miracle recovery, the long term prospects for this girl aren't good.

So, if you like Spaghetti and like helping out those in your community, come out and show your support. You can give them a call at (517) 223-9842