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Florida fundraiser benefits young cancer patient

September 02, 2017 07:24 PM

FLORIDA -- A day of activity was aimed at supporting a special little girl.

The Brotherhood of Justice Motorcycle Club came together Saturday in the town of Florida to support little Giada Olmstead.

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Olmstead was diagnosed with germ cell cancer at 16 months old. The club put together the fundraiser to help raise money for her treatment.

“Giada is the strongest little warrior I think I've ever seen,” said Annette Rowback of the Brotherhood of Justice. “She has stayed positive throughout the whole thing. She's happy-go-lucky, even through the chemo.”

The day featured softball, paintball, raffles, and a dunk tank. Olmstead will have surgery after completing chemo. She is expected to make a full recovery.

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