Mike Bruenig has a long history with the Sauk City Fire Department. The Sauk City neighbourhood is now banding together to support him after learning that he has brain cancer.
A fundraiser for Bruenig’s medical costs was held on Sunday by the corn hole and fire department communities. One of the organisers was Bordeau.
“Something needed to be done for Mike. He is there for us constantly. So, we came to the conclusion that I must assist him,” stated Patrick Bourdeau.
The occasion included a corn hole contest with more than 70 participants, a game Bruenig reportedly enjoys. On top of that, there was a raffle with several donations up for auction.
After Bruenig experienced a seizure, a diagnosis was made. He is currently holding out for surgery to remove a brain tumour. People who know and love him claim that they are all on his side.
It was astonishing how quickly everything took off, and Mike is much to thank. He always brings donations when he visits to events, according to another organiser, Donny Slotty. “It was karma, just paying Mike back,”
“People who travelled more than 200 kilometres to be here today. Michael Moore, another organiser, said: “It’s just, it’s just amazing how people came together in a moment like this in the little period of time that we put this together.
Thousands of dollars have already been raised throughout the fundraiser.
- The Sauk City neighbourhood raises funds for a firefighter who has brain cancer
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