Friends, family, strangers raise money at benefit for family
McHENRY – People squeezed into the Twisted Moose, which was left with standing room only as people placed bids on sports memorabilia.
People were paying hundreds of dollars for autographed footballs, jerseys and pictures, as they raised money to help a family who recently lost its infant son.
The benefit Saturday helped the Miller family. Jimmy and Jenna Miller's son Korbin died on Jan. 6, just shy of turning six weeks old. He died after a fice-day stay at Ann & Robert H. Lurie Children’s Hospital in Chicago.
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