Most of us would say the last year has been difficult trying to navigate the pandemic and all the stresses that come along with that. Now, just imagine while that is happening you have a family member fighting for their life. That is the unfortunate reality for the Hutto family down in Montrose as 17-year-old Aiden is fighting his diagnosed Brain Cancer.

But the Hutto family is working hard to do the best they can with the tough situation they are in and due to all of the needs for Aiden, there are medical costs that are stacking up quickly. And they are getting creative on how to do some fundraising and they have started by putting together a Cornhole Fundraiser in Montrose.

Aiden's Fight is My Fight Fundraiser Details

The fundraiser will take place on Sunday, April 11th from 4:00 p.m. until 7:00 p.m. on the lawn at Cobble Creek with live music by Peach Street Revival. There will be food and drinks plus the Cornhole tournament with prizes for 1st, 2nd, and 3rd place.

The cost for the event will be for a suggested donation, so you're welcome to donate whatever you feel comfortable with. To enter the Cornhole tournament there is a $30 charge per team and all participants must be 13 years of age or older. Click here to sign up for the Cornhole Tournament.

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Where Will the Proceeds Go From the Aiden's Fight is My Fight Fundraiser

100% of all proceeds will go directly to the Hutto Family. This is all about helping a family who is going through a tough time. If you want to know more about the event and fundraiser you can click here.

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