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    Jimbo and Candi Fisher to deliver first check to University of Minnesota for Fanconi Anemia research

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    Courtesy of the Kidz 1st Fund:

    TALLAHASSEE, Fla. - Florida State University Coach Jimbo Fisher, his wife Candi and their two sons will be delivering a check to the University of Minnesota Amplatz Children's Hospital for Fanconi anemia research. The presentation will take place during the first half, at the Williams Arena at the University of Minnesota vs. Nebraska basketball game on Saturday, March 3.

    Joining the Fishers will be Rebecca Kill, wife of University of Minnesota head football coach, Jerry Kill, Minnesota Vikings quarterback Christian Ponder and leading Fanconi anemia researchers Dr. Margaret MacMillan and Dr. John Wagner. 

    In March 2011, the Fishers' youngest son, Ethan, was diagnosed with a rare blood disorder called Fanconi anemia (FA).  Soon after in August 2011, Kidz1stFund™ was founded with the mission of raising money for Fanconi anemia research with the goal of finding a cure.

    Six months after the formation of the fund, the Fishers will be delivering their first major donation to the University of Minnesota Amplatz Children's Hospital for Fanconi anemia research.

     

    What: Kidz1stFund check presentation to the University of Minnesota Amplatz Children's Hospital

    Who: Florida State University Football Coach Jimbo Fisher & Candi Fisher

    Rebecca Kill, wife of University of Minnesota head football coach, Jerry Kill

    Minnesota Vikings Quarterback Christian Ponder

    Dr. Margaret MacMillan and Dr. John Wagner

    When: Saturday, March 3, 2012 during the first half of the University of Minnesota vs. Nebraska basketball game

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