Benefit barbecue for 4 year old Gold Hill boy with Cancer

Gold Hill, Ore — The Moose Lodge in Gold Hill is grilling up for a good cause tomorrow, and they’re extending an invite to everyone.

Lodge members are hosting a fundraiser feast for Nathaniel Ohlsen, a 4 year old Gold Hill boy with high risk Neuroblastoma, a childhood form of cancer.

Nathaniel’s family had to relocate to Portland for treatment. Now the lodge is hoping the community will step up, to help out.

“Very expensive ordeal they’re going through he’s got a high risk Neuroblastoma, he’s very sick and 4 years old, we just want to help him out,” said Jeff Arsenault with the Moose Lodge.

The benefit barbecue is Saturday from 2pm to 8pm at the Moose Lodge in Gold Hill, just off I5 Exit 40.

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