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It has been two years since our beautiful Levi passed away.

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Since then, we have seen a world that we never knew existed, abrworld full of sorrow, pain, and grief. We have also seen a world full ofbrkindness, love, compassion, and hope.

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The Live for Levi Foundation has been a miraculous source ofbrhealing power, a power that comes from looking outside of ourselves and servingbrothers. This community is capable of making a difference. We saw the differencebrit made when we asked for support in raising $30,000 for Primary Children’sbrHospital and it was done in less than five days.

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We saw the difference it made when it helped a local family endurebra life-changing accident. We are asking you to make a difference again.

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The Kellen and Talysa Hill family suffered an unimaginable lossbrlast week when their energetic, happy 6-year-old Aria passed away in a tragicbraccident. Your support is imperative as we try to help this family heal.

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The Live for Levi Foundation and Zuwire Fitness are hosting itsbr3rd annual event on  Aug. 17. Join us inbra walk, jog, or run in the 5K event that starts at 7:30 am. If you aren’t tiredbrenough from that, or if you’re just that tough, test your strength in thebrGritIron event that starts at 8:30 am.

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This is a way to get out and “DO GOOD.” All the proceeds of thebrevent will be donated to the Hill family who needs time to heal and be togetherbras a family. We can make that happen because we are stronger together.

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Our promise is to show the world that good can be found when allbrseems to be lost. Sign up on eventbrite and search Live for Levi 5K and GritIronbrChallenge. If you would like to sponsor this event, please contact CC Sampsonbrat liveforlevifoundation@gmail.com. (Submitted to Serve Daily by Colt and CC Sampson.)

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