Pulling together for Noah


Fairlawn High School student Noah Haynes, third from left, 16, of Sidney, son of Kiley and Jason Swiger and Mitch Haynes, greets family friend Carol Cox, of Rossburg, with a hug during a benefit for Haynes held at the Sidney Temperance Masonic Lodge Saturday, Saturday, Feb. 24. Behind Haynes are, left to right, Stan Cox, of Rossburg, Haynes’ grandpa Mitch Haynes and Haynes’ brother Bradly Haynes, 17, of Sidney, son of Mitch Haynes and Jackie Harris. Haynes was diagnosed with Burkitt’s lymphoma in October of 2017. He has undergone 6 intensive bouts of chemotherapy at Dayton Children’s Hospital. Haynes has one last chemotherapy treatment in March. After some CT scans and a PET scan Haynes’ doctors will determine the next route for treatment. Kiley Swiger said between 300 and 400 people attended the benefit which had a cake wheel, live music by Terry Zee Fisher, food, and a number of raffles. Anyone who wants to buy a Noah T-shirt, tumbler, wristband or lanyard to help with treatment and transportation costs can call 937-726-1758 or 937-489-9579.

Fairlawn High School student Noah Haynes, third from left, 16, of Sidney, son of Kiley and Jason Swiger and Mitch Haynes, greets family friend Carol Cox, of Rossburg, with a hug during a benefit for Haynes held at the Sidney Temperance Masonic Lodge Saturday, Saturday, Feb. 24. Behind Haynes are, left to right, Stan Cox, of Rossburg, Haynes’ grandpa Mitch Haynes and Haynes’ brother Bradly Haynes, 17, of Sidney, son of Mitch Haynes and Jackie Harris. Haynes was diagnosed with Burkitt’s lymphoma in October of 2017. He has undergone 6 intensive bouts of chemotherapy at Dayton Children’s Hospital. Haynes has one last chemotherapy treatment in March. After some CT scans and a PET scan Haynes’ doctors will determine the next route for treatment. Kiley Swiger said between 300 and 400 people attended the benefit which had a cake wheel, live music by Terry Zee Fisher, food, and a number of raffles. Anyone who wants to buy a Noah T-shirt, tumbler, wristband or lanyard to help with treatment and transportation costs can call 937-726-1758 or 937-489-9579.


Luke Gronneberg | Sidney Daily News

Fairlawn High School student Noah Haynes, third from left, 16, of Sidney, son of Kiley and Jason Swiger and Mitch Haynes, greets family friend Carol Cox, of Rossburg, with a hug during a benefit for Haynes held at the Sidney Temperance Masonic Lodge Saturday, Saturday, Feb. 24. Behind Haynes are, left to right, Stan Cox, of Rossburg, Haynes’ grandpa Mitch Haynes and Haynes’ brother Bradly Haynes, 17, of Sidney, son of Mitch Haynes and Jackie Harris. Haynes was diagnosed with Burkitt’s lymphoma in October of 2017. He has undergone 6 intensive bouts of chemotherapy at Dayton Children’s Hospital. Haynes has one last chemotherapy treatment in March. After some CT scans and a PET scan Haynes’ doctors will determine the next route for treatment. Kiley Swiger said between 300 and 400 people attended the benefit which had a cake wheel, live music by Terry Zee Fisher, food, and a number of raffles. Anyone who wants to buy a Noah T-shirt, tumbler, wristband or lanyard to help with treatment and transportation costs can call 937-726-1758 or 937-489-9579.

Fairlawn High School student Noah Haynes, third from left, 16, of Sidney, son of Kiley and Jason Swiger and Mitch Haynes, greets family friend Carol Cox, of Rossburg, with a hug during a benefit for Haynes held at the Sidney Temperance Masonic Lodge Saturday, Saturday, Feb. 24. Behind Haynes are, left to right, Stan Cox, of Rossburg, Haynes’ grandpa Mitch Haynes and Haynes’ brother Bradly Haynes, 17, of Sidney, son of Mitch Haynes and Jackie Harris. Haynes was diagnosed with Burkitt’s lymphoma in October of 2017. He has undergone 6 intensive bouts of chemotherapy at Dayton Children’s Hospital. Haynes has one last chemotherapy treatment in March. After some CT scans and a PET scan Haynes’ doctors will determine the next route for treatment. Kiley Swiger said between 300 and 400 people attended the benefit which had a cake wheel, live music by Terry Zee Fisher, food, and a number of raffles. Anyone who wants to buy a Noah T-shirt, tumbler, wristband or lanyard to help with treatment and transportation costs can call 937-726-1758 or 937-489-9579.
https://www.sidneydailynews.com/wp-content/uploads/sites/47/2018/02/web1_SDN022618Noah-1.jpgFairlawn High School student Noah Haynes, third from left, 16, of Sidney, son of Kiley and Jason Swiger and Mitch Haynes, greets family friend Carol Cox, of Rossburg, with a hug during a benefit for Haynes held at the Sidney Temperance Masonic Lodge Saturday, Saturday, Feb. 24. Behind Haynes are, left to right, Stan Cox, of Rossburg, Haynes’ grandpa Mitch Haynes and Haynes’ brother Bradly Haynes, 17, of Sidney, son of Mitch Haynes and Jackie Harris. Haynes was diagnosed with Burkitt’s lymphoma in October of 2017. He has undergone 6 intensive bouts of chemotherapy at Dayton Children’s Hospital. Haynes has one last chemotherapy treatment in March. After some CT scans and a PET scan Haynes’ doctors will determine the next route for treatment. Kiley Swiger said between 300 and 400 people attended the benefit which had a cake wheel, live music by Terry Zee Fisher, food, and a number of raffles. Anyone who wants to buy a Noah T-shirt, tumbler, wristband or lanyard to help with treatment and transportation costs can call 937-726-1758 or 937-489-9579. Luke Gronneberg | Sidney Daily News