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After Tom Keilty lost his wife, Ruth, to stage four breast cancer last year, he decided to fight back by raising money to help find a cure.

Keilty has organized a fund-raiser at Raging Waters on May 6 to benefit the City of Hope’s “Walk for Hope to Cure Breast Cancer.” He hopes the community will show support by purchasing tickets to the exclusive event before the April 28 deadline.

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Posted April 21, 2006
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