Solana Beach: Fundraiser to be held for TPHS graduate battling brain cancer

The community has organized a fundraiser for Aaron Clubb, a Torrey Pines High School graduate and longtime North County resident who just prior to Christmas was diagnosed with stage-four brain cancer. He promptly had a tumor removed and is now doing quite well, but the chances for recurrence for this type of malignancy are near 85 percent. Clubb has a wife and young daughter to care for and works in construction. All the oncology treatment has made Clubb very weak and, thus, he cannot work and support his family. Therefore, several of his friends in the Solana Beach area have come together to organize a fundraiser on his behalf to help him with the financial aspect of his disease and treatment.

The fundraiser will be held on Thursday, June 2 at the Tidewater Tavern, 221 N Highway 101.There will be drink and food specials in addition to a raffle and a silent auction. The event begins at 5:30 p.m. and admission is free. For more information, please visit http://clubbfamilyfundraiser2011.shutterfly.com/

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