Money is raised to help child with cancer

A fundraiser was held for Nathan Butler and his family
BY STEVE GUST Published: November 20, 2012
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A benefit for Nathan Butler and his family was held over the weekend at the Billygoat Moto Cult motorcycle club. Nathan, who is 5, was diagnosed in May with neuroblastoma, a rare form of childhood cancer.

Friends and well-wishers got together to help defray some of the family's medical costs. The benefit featured a motorcycle show, a silent auction, food and inflatables.

People who are interested in helping the family can donate at any Bank of Oklahoma location to the Nathan Butler Fund.



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