Benefit for 6-year-old facing terminal cancer diagnosis happening in Steuben County

The community is coming together to help a family in Campbell dealing with one of the most difficult situations imaginable.

On October 30 from 2 p.m. to 7 p.m. is being held at the Campbell American Legion Field featuring live music, food, raffles, face painting, and more.

It’s all for Lillee Bronson, a 6-year-old girl facing a terminal cancer diagnosis. She was originally diagnosed in December 2020, but after several treatments and procedures – doctors say it’s no longer responding.

Known by her loved ones as “Lillee Bean” the young child is dealing with metastatic osteosarcoma. She’s been given up to nine months to live, according to family.

The benefit will be to support the family.

General Admission: $10
Children 5-10: $5
Children 4 & Under: Free

Advance tickets can be arranged by calling:

David at (607) 684-7433
Erika at (607) 684-8664
Cheryl at (607) 684-3102


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