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Young brothers get head start on helping others

Rochester, N.Y. - Two brothers, one of them 6, the other 9, spearheaded an afternoon of fun Saturday to raise money for another kid battling cancer.

The best part is, they didn't even know him.

"I'm overwhelmed with joy right now to know that total strangers would be so supportive," said Sofie Ann Jones, the mother of Camren Wright. "It makes me very happy.

Joshua and Jeremiah West heard about young Camren Wright, who's fighting cancer.

They wanted to help pay for the medical costs.

The fundraiser for Wright, outside the Radisson Hotel in Downtown Rochester, included a fun run, bouncy houses, food and music.

13WHAM News asked the brothers - and Camren -- about their future goals.

"Start playing music and bless people with my music," said Joshua West.

"My next step is to play my harmonica and get money and raise it and save other children," said his brother Jeremiah.

"My next step is to be a police-cop and save the world," exclaimed young Camren.

 
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