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Thursday, April 04, 2013 12:33 PM

A benefit was recently held at S&K Landeck Tavern for Cainan Craun, the son of Patrick and Gina (Berelsman) Craun and grandson of Mike and Becky Berelsman.
Cainan, 2, was diagnosed with very high risk Acute Lymphoblastic Leukemia on Jan. 29. He will be receiving chemo therapy treatment at Dayton Children’s Hospital foreseeably for the next three years. Proceeds from the benefit will go to helping the Craun family with medical expenses.

The benefit began at 5 p.m. as support poured through the doors of S&K Landeck Tavern until midnight. Photos and a live stream posted on S&K Landeck Tavern’s Facebook site by Bret Jacamet showed the wall to wall crowd that gathered throughout the evening to support the family. The band Deuces Wild donated their time to play during the benefit from 9 to midnight and provided a fun atmosphere for everyone.

Local businesses and individuals donated items and services.

Many smiles and tears were shared throughout those hours between friends, family, and community members that gathered to stand behind one of their own. Delphos is a small town that has deep roots that connect all those that are blessed to be a part of it. The people understand the importance of supporting each other and how that keeps a community strong.

 

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