MICHIGAN BOY RAISED MONEY FOR A GRAVESTONE FOR BEST FRIEND

 A 12-year-old Michigan boy worked odd jobs to raise money for a special Christmas gift: a gravestone for his best friend. Kaleb Klakulak and Kenneth “K.J.” Gross had been friends since second grade before K.J. died in May of congestive heart failure after years of chemotherapy to fight leukemia. K.J. was buried in a family plot at Detroit’s Elmwood Cemetery but K.J.’s mom couldn’t afford a grave marker, so Kaleb raked leaves, collected bottles and solicited online donations to help raise $2,500. He recently hit his goal. See that here

 
 
 

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