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Cassie Hines' legacy to help send patients to camp

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A Metro Detroit high school junior is diagnosed with cancer. She fought back, and despite not beating a rare kidney cancer, Cassie Hines was able to live her short life to the fullest.
Part of the reason is a special camp she visited during her battle with cancer.
Now part of Cassie's legacy is helping other kids experience that same joy.
Her parents started a non-profit organization called The Cassie Hines Shoes Cancer Foundation.
The group raises awareness and financial support for cancer camps and support groups for young adults diagnosed with cancer.
On August 2, CHSCF is hosting its 2nd Annual Sample Day Camp at Walled Lake Outdoor Education Center in Commerce Township. The adventure and team building event gives young adults an idea of what a full week of cancer camp could be like.

Click here if you would like to attend the 2nd Annual Sample Camp.

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