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Families helped by the Make-A-Wish Foundation had the chance to say thank you at an event in Rothschild.
The event is called WishStock. It brings Make-A-Wish families together for a night full of live music, raffles, games and prizes.
Organizers say the event also raises money so organizers can help make more wishes come true.
"It's amazing what a wish does for not only the child, but the family as a whole," said Patty Cieslewicc. "For them to be able to see our participation in helping to make those wishes come true, as volunteers, or events like this really brings a lot of smiles to their faces."
This is the second year the event was held.
Organizers say they raised $6,255 dollars. That's almost doubled than last year.
Newsline 9's own Emily Neubauer helped emcee the event.
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