Lenoir City helps a child in need of a service dog

8:10 PM, Oct 6, 2012   |    comments
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Loudon County helped a child get one step closer to getting a much-needed service dog.

Danny Lewis, 7, was recently diagnosed with Heller's Disease, an illness that causes dementia in a child.

Service dogs can cost around $12,000. The Lewis family has raised $5,000 as of now.

Today Lenoir City held a bake sale during their "City Street Festival," helping in that family's efforts.

The next fundraiser for Danny Lewis will be on October 27. This event is a pancake breakfast at the Lenoir City Ruritan Rotary Club.

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