Toddler Gets Life-Saving First Pitch

MEDFORD, Ore. – A local toddler is one step closer to the kidney transplant she needs to save her life, and it’s thanks to the Medford Rogues. Helen Lynn threw the first pitch at the big game Sunday night, part of a fundraiser that will see a portion of all ticket sales going to the … Continue reading »

Restaurant Joins Fight to Save Toddler

MEDFORD, Ore. – A local restaurant is joining the effort to save the life of a toddler in need of a kidney. Three year old Helen Lynn was diagnosed with end-stage renal failure after an E. Coli infection last fall. For months the family has been rallying the community to raise money for her life … Continue reading »

Students Support Girl Through Song

MEDFORD, Ore. — A three-year-old girl is receiving support through song from high school students. Thursday a group from Grant High School in Portland called “Royal Blues” sang several songs for Helen Lynn. Lynn is in need of a kidney transplant. Lynn’s mother says this was a nice break from the busy medical schedule the … Continue reading »

Locals Raise Cash to Save Toddler’s Life

MEDFORD, Ore. – It’s a bittersweet birthday for a very special young girl. At three years old, helen lynn has suffered enough for a lifetime. “You don’t think your child at the age of 20 or 40 is going to have to go through this, let alone when they’re two,” said Lauren Lynn, Helen’s mother. … Continue reading »

Viewers Support Toddler Needing Kidney

MEDFORD, Ore. — Last year, Helen Lynn came into contact with a dangerous strain of e-coli which eventually resulted in end stage renal failure that caused her kidneys to shut down. Now, she is on dialysis for nine hours a day, and the only way to get her off of that is a kidney transplant. … Continue reading »

Community Comes Together to Save Helen

MEDFORD, Ore. — A young girl’s life is in jeopardy, and now a community is coming together to raise funds for a life-saving transplant.  Starting in May, Yogurt Hut will be giving a percent of its proceeds to celebrate “Helen Month”. Just a few months ago, two-year-old Helen Lynn was a healthy, spunky toddler, but … Continue reading »