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Lemonade stand sales to benefit small child
Morris Minnesota 607 Pacific Avenue 56267

The children of Chad and Mackensie Rohloff of Hancock recently sold lemonade and cookies to raise money for the Jace Pederson benefit. Jace Jo Pederson, son of Trent and Tami Pederson,was delivered by emergency C-section at 32 weeks when his mother, Tami Pederson of Herman, unexpectedly suffered a brain aneurism with no chance of survival. Jace was not breathing when he was born and suffered brain damage. He remains in the NIC unit at Children's Hospital in Minneapolis. A benefit for Jace, will be held on Sunday, Aug. 12 from 8 a.m. to 1 p.m. at the 4-H food stand at the Herman Fair grounds. The Rohloff children will be donating the money raised at their lemonade stand to the benefit. The children include Paxton, Peyton, Preston, Kaitlyn and Karliegh.

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