Bellevue High School freshman gets good news at fair auction

Bellevue High School freshman Megan Hunker has kidney disease, and will require a transplant at some point. She's on medication and has been in the hospital a countless number of days since she was diagnosed last July. There's at least some good news: She was able to sell her Grand Champion Boer Goat for $500 Thursday at the Huron County Fair's Small Livestock, to help pay her medical expenses.
Aaron Krause
Jul 25, 2010

 

 Bellevue High School freshman Megan Hunker has kidney disease, and will require a transplant at some point. She's on medication and has been in the hospital a countless number of days since she was diagnosed last July.

There's at least some good news: She was able to sell her Grand Champion Boer Goat for $500 Thursday at the Huron County Fair's Small Livestock, to help pay her medical expenses.

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