Random act of Light campaign benefits cancer patient

Kewaunee, Wis. - Kewaunee County Farm Technology Days opens to the public Tuesday, Wednesday and Thursday.  But Monday, July 10th was reserved for a special little boy.

Today, event volunteers gave one area family the royal John Deere treatment.  It's in honor of their son, Isaac Schneider, who has battled leukemia and loves tractors.  Especially the green ones. 

The event is part of the leukemia and lymphoma society's Random Act of Light movement, to brighten the day for families who have felt the darkness of cancer. 

Click on the video box to see the story from Local 5 Live anchor Millaine Wells.

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