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Local organization looking to help co-worker

Samantha Winemiller Samantha Winemiller
EVANSVILLE, IN (WFIE) -

One Evansville organization is hoping to raise funds for a co-worker who has been diagnosed with cancer.

Samantha Winemiller works at Parents Choice Child Care.  She was diagnosed with sarcoma and will start her chemotherapy Friday.

Parent's Choice, which is located at 4901 Oak Hill Road, will be serving dinner Friday from 4:00 - 5:30 p.m. to help offset some of Samantha's medical bills.

A minimum donation of $5 will get you a hamburger, cheeseburger or hot dog, baked beans and a choice of American potato salad or potato chips.

Drinks, ice cream, baked goods, and popcorn will also be available for  purchase. 

An account in Samantha's name has also been set up at Old National Bank for those who can't make it to the fundraiser.

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