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Biker Dad: Motorcycle club makes wish come true for boy with cancer

Source: Mid-South Make-A-Wish Source: Mid-South Make-A-Wish

Bikers have a reputation for being tough. But I've found that there are people who are a lot tougher, including kids like Kentrell Gray. The 9-year-old from Tupelo, Mississippi, is fighting cancer.  But thanks to some of those tough bikers, he's also getting his wish granted.

Kentrell, diagnosed with a neoplasm (a tumor), will be going on a Disney Cruise. The cruise was made possible because of the Los Cazadores Law Enforcement Motorcycle Club. Their annual dice run raised thirteen thousand dollars to help the Mid-South Make-A-Wish foundation grant wishes for kids like Kentrell. Nearly 200 riders came out for the event. Now their efforts are paying off.

Kentrell and his family drove up to Memphis on Wednesday night to meet the Los Cazadores, have a pizza party, and reveal the wish to the boy. Kentrell loves Spiderman, Spongebob, and water slides. I'm certain he loves bikers now too!

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If you'd like to make wishes come true too, you can donate by clicking here.

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Chris Best is the Assistant News Director for WMC Action News 5. He's a husband and father of four, He's also a motorcycle enthusiast.

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