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‘Kisses for Kayleigh’ to benefit 5-year-old with cancer

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Region – Right: (l to r) Vincent Maiuri, owner of JJ's Sports Bar and Grill in Northborough who donated his restaurant for the fundraiser "Kisses for Kayleigh;" Westborough resident Meghan Remuck, Kayleigh's aunt, who helped organize the event; a photo of Kayleigh, 5, who suffers from hepatoblastoma and recently underwent a liver transplant; and Kayleigh's grandparents Debbie and John McCabe gather together at the event May 14.

Sports broadcaster Jerry Remy, who came to sign autographs to lend his support for the worthy cause, meets with Kayleigh's parents, Corinne and Pat McCabe. Sports broadcaster Jerry Remy, who came to sign autographs to lend his support for the worthy cause, meets with Kayleigh's parents, Corinne and Pat McCabe. Right: Paul McDonald from Bolton and Jack Dunn with the Massachusetts State Police examine some of the silent auction sports memorabilia donated to the fund-raiser. Right: Paul McDonald from Bolton and Jack Dunn with the Massachusetts State Police examine some of the silent auction sports memorabilia donated to the fund-raiser.

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