Toga Party Helps Raise Money to Fight Against Children's Bone Cancer
There was a huge toga party Saturday night as part of an effort to try and cure children's bone cancer.
James Reagan said, "We started doing this in 2007 and every year it's gotten bigger and better. Thanks to great support from the community. So we really are blessed."
James Reagan was diagnosed with bone cancer in 2006. He's the founder of Triumph Over Kid Cancer. He says his annual fundraiser brought in $250-thousand dollars last year and this weekend was another big success.