Cure Kids Cancer: Elsie Marieneau
Having endured surgeries, aggressive chemotherapy, radiation, countless pokes, several blood transfusions and the loss of her hair, Elsie has remained a trooper.
Cure Kids Cancer: Ona Mohlenhoff
Ona's middle name is Hope. As far as Jenna and Ona were ever concerned, there is was no other end to this than for it all to be okay.
Cure Kids Cancer: Nieva Boer-Breuer
Nieva keeps her mom going: “Everyday… Ava you are my hero. Today and everyday I’m thankful you are in my life… always reminding me what matters most.”
Cure Kids Cancer: Sara Skyberg
Sara is cancer-free, and has been named our 2016 Children’s Miracle Network South Dakota Champion. She brings joy to every room she walks in.
Cure Kids Cancer: Jordyn Olsen [In Remembrance]
Jordyn Kate Olsen earned her angel wings at 11:30 a.m. on March 20, 2014.
Cure Kids Cancer: Evan Todd
Evan Todd spent the summer of 2014 like any 4 year old would - playing with friends. One short month later, Evan was diagnosed with stage 4 neuroblastoma.
Cure Kids Cancer: Bekah Swanson [In Remembrance]
Rebekah earned her angel wings peacefully on February 15, 2014. She never lost her spirit and was a constant reminder that family comes first.
Cure Kids Cancer: Amelia Gammeter
“Leukemia” is one that no one wants to hear, but you sometimes do. But Amelia and her family have a strong faith and believe that God will see them through.
Cure Kids Cancer: Wesson Littau [In Remembrance]
Wesson fought so hard but earned his angel wings just one month after his first birthday.
Cure Kids Cancer: Ian Rinken
When Ian and his mom drove past Woodlawn Cemetery, he turned to his mom and said, “I’m not going to have to go live there.” Quite a statement for a 4-year-old.