Klamath Falls, ORE. -- A Henley High School student received a special gift from his classmates over this holiday break. Senior Cameron Caldwell is being treated for Osteosarcoma at Doernbecher Children’s Hospital in Portland.
Members of the Key Club at Henley High donated school shirts and made Cameron a special t-shirt quilt to show their support for their fellow classmate during a challenging time.
Caldwell is one of four Henley Complex students currently battling cancer. The Klamath County School District says that students have really come together to show their support for those students and their families.
A meal train has been set up to help Cameron's family during treatments. Click this link to help donate or sign up to provide a meal.
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