Kids and adults join in carnival fun to help boy battling brain cancer

Kids and adults join in carnival fun to help boy battling brain cancer
BOISE - Angelyn Wade is no stranger to helping others, and she's done it again, with another successful fundraiser.

Angelyn held the carnival fundraiser Saturday, August 17th to help the family of Gage Driskell, an 11-year-old boy from Parma.

He has recurrent brain cancer, and requires treatments in Denver, Colorado.

Angelyn heard about Gage during a separate fundraiser last year, while collecting pledges for another sick friend.

So she's been back raising funds again, and she's been very confident about Saturday's turnout.

"I know that I can do it, because I've already done it two times before!" she said.

The Carnival was held Saturday, August 17th at Parma Middle School's Gym.

It included a raffle, silent auction and plenty of games.