Ribbon Ride and Run to support cancer patient emergency fund

Pictured are Tim and Amanda Elliott with their sons, John and David; K.C. Bohn, owner of Outdoor Edge; and Julie Gotham, executive director of the Cambridge Medical Center Foundation. Photo by Rachel Kytonen

[Isanti County News, September 09, 2015] Since his diagnosis of stage 4 brain cancer in February 2014, Tim Elliott, of Isanti, hasn’t been able to walk on his own, but wanted to remain active with his wife, Amanda, and their two young sons.

A couple of months ago, the Elliotts decided to visit Outdoor Edge in Cambridge and met with owner K.C. Bohn about purchasing a recumbent bike so he could take bike rides with his family. With Amanda a stay-at-home mom, and Tim not being able to work, Bohn told the family he would sell the bike to them at cost. He also told them to apply for funding through the cancer patient emergency fund available through Cambridge Medical Center to help cover the cost. Read more at isanticountynews.com.

Posted on September 09, 2015 in Cambridge Medical CentercancerIsanti County Newsnewspapers

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