ATV benefit ride for Vallonia girl slated at fire station


An all-terrain vehicle benefit ride for 1-year-old Kinley Lynn Tormoehlen will be at 1 p.m. Saturday starting at the fire station in Tampico.

Registration will be at noon. The cost is $15. The ride will last between three and five hours, depending on weather.

After the ride, there will be a prayer service and a dinner at the fire station at 5:30 p.m. The menu includes sliced pork loin, hot dogs, pork burgers, cheeseburger brats, baked beans, cole slaw, potato salad and desserts. The cost is a freewill donation.

Meat and bread have been donated, and anyone is welcome to bring side dishes to share.

You do not have to attend the ride to eat.

Shirts and rubber bracelets will be for sale, and numerous gift cards and other items have been donated for a silent auction.

Kinley is the daughter of Shane and Katie Tormoehlen of Vallonia. She was diagnosed in April with Wilms tumor or nephroblastoma, a rare kidney cancer, and currently is undergoing chemotherapy treatments at Riley Hospital for Children at Indiana University Health in Indianapolis.

All money raised will help pay medical and travel expenses for Kinley and her family.

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