About 300 people turned out for Saturday's ninth annual McFlury Run/Walk at Onalaska High School. The student-organized event raised nearly $4,500 for this year's recipient, Collin Anderson, a 4-year-old battling neuroblastoma, a type of childhood cancer that develops in immature nerve cells. Collin didn't make the trip from the Milwaukee area, but he was represented by his grandmother, Mary Rhatigan (pictured here), who works in the Onalaska School District office. Her daughter, Amanda, an OHS graduate who taught music in the district, is Collin's mother.

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