An 11-year-old Shawnee boy, who’s already endured a lifetime’s worth of pain, is again in a fight for his life.
Trevor Storie was diagnosed with an extremely rare form of prostate cancer in 2013. He endured dozens of chemotherapy, radiation, and proton therapy treatments. Doctors declared him “cancer- free” in 2014. However, late last year, the cancer returned with a vengeance.
Volunteers have organized a large sale they are calling “Trevor’s Big Sale” Friday and Saturday at Hudson Place in Mcloud. Items ranging from appliances to furniture to clothes, toys and jewelry will be on sale.
All proceeds will go to Trevor Storie’s family, because Hudson Place Owner Oretha Hudson says it’s the right thing to do.
“Little boy needs help. Support the family, the mom, the dad, can’t pass up that benefit. Going to be a major major sale,” she grinned.
The sale will run from 8 a.m. to 4 p.m. Friday, March 4, and Saturday, March 5. There will also be a silent auction.
Trevor’s mother Zona says the family is being strong for her son.
“You can’t show fear, because you have to keep them going, they look to you,” she said.