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Friday, December 7, 2012
The 2-year-old died in November; a group is holding a fundraiser Saturday.
Kai Rezendes, 2, of Grafton, succumbed to a brain tumor on Nov. 27. Before his death, an active group of residents known as "Kai's Village," had been inspired by the boy and were organizing a "Kai's Village Holiday Market," to support his family, Sherry's House, and the Jimmy Fund. The culmination of their efforts is tomorrow, Dec. 8. Kai's Village Holiday Market will be held 10 a.m. to 4 p.m. at Grafton Elementary School, 105 Millbury St., Grafton. Below is a press release provided by organizers. Tomorrow at Kai's Holiday Market we will have over 40 local vendors (vendor list and details can be found at www.kaisvillage.org.) We have over 125 raffle items including several ‘Grand Prize’ raffles (Value $250 or more) including; Red Sox …
Tuesday, November 27, 2012
The group is seeking to support the 2-year-old and his family, as well as other nonprofits.
If we're lucky, the biggest concerns for most of us around the holiday season are how to find the best shopping deals and which relatives are coming to Christmas dinner. I spent some time reading Kerri Rezendes' blog about her 2-year-old boy, Kai, who has an inoperable tumor. Judging from the love, sensitivity, and remarkable strength Kerri shows in her writing, there's no doubt she counts herself lucky, too. Kai seems amazing: a truly remarkable, beautiful boy. But no family, no child, should have to go through what Kai's family is experiencing. The Rezendes family has been living at the hospital with Kai for more than three weeks. "Every minute that passes I lose a little more of him. I sit here with my ear pressed against his chest …