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A Caped Hero Joins the Fight!


Kevin and Shelly Ferguson have helped raise tens of thousands of dollars for Crohn’s and colitis research over 12 years at the Gutsy Walk. But they are most proud of their seven- year-old son Jacob for the $575 he has raised by selling his toys.


“He went through all of his toys, decided which ones to sell, and as the money came in he wanted to sell more! Not once did he say he wanted to keep any of the money for himself,” says Shelly.


“I did this because I want to help my daddy,” says Jacob. “I wanted to raise money to help him and other people.”


Jacob has told his friends and classmates


how much fun he had on team Fergie’s Gut Busters, so maybe next year they’ll join him. Family and friends working together is Jacob’s idea of teamwork.


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