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Krohn family takes part in fundraising efforts

June 12, 2013

Samantha Krohn, along with her daughter Bella, pose next to Jason Krohnís Late Model race car with their Hope and Healing T-shirts that they are selling as part of the fundraising efforts for Faithís Lodge.    
 MURRAY COUNTY NEWS/ Sean Solheim
MURRAY COUNTY NEWS/ Sean Solheim
Samantha Krohn, along with her daughter Bella, pose next to Jason Krohnís Late Model race car with their Hope and Healing T-shirts that they are selling as part of the fundraising efforts for Faithís Lodge.
for the Hope and Healing Project
By: Sean Solheim Murray County News Staffwriter

Tragedy of all kinds happen to many people just about every day of the week, but the pain that comes as a result of the tragedy could last a lifetime. Sometimes itís as simple as talking to someone that helps ease that pain, but other times, itís more difficult. About a month ago, Samantha Krohn, along with her father, Jason, took a trip to Faithís Lodge in Danbury, Wisconsin to reflect, regroup, and create memories through activities and many events after coping with the loss of their beloved family member, Natalie Krohn. Both Jason and Samantha had such a positive experience from it, but also learned that the operating cost for the lodge for all those activities, utilities, etc. was very high. Thatís when Jason Krohn approached Karsynís Krusaders and they, along with the family, began the Hope and Healing project in an effort to raise funds to help keep Faithís Lodge going for future families in need of healing.

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