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Fundraisers held for local Boston bombing victim

Saturday, April 27, 2013
Aaron Hern, the Martinez boy injured in the Boston bombings, visited the bombing site Thursday. Eleven-year-old Martinez resident Aaron Hern was one of the youngest injured in the Boston Marathon bombings. An 11-year-old boy named Aaron Hern from Martinez was one of the youngest victims in the Boston Marathon bombings. Aaron Hern Aaron Hern Eleven-year-old Martinez resident Aaron Hern was one of the youngest injured in the Boston Marathon bombings. Eleven-year-old Martinez resident Aaron Hern was one of the youngest injured in the Boston Marathon bombings. Martinez community raises money for injured 11-year-old Martinez Junior High School 11-year-old Aaron Hern from Martinez, California was injured in Boston bombings Bay Area cops on alert after Boston bombings

Volunteers will be hosting two fundraisers this weekend for an 11-year-old Martinez boy who was wounded in the Boston Marathon bombings.

On Saturday Marty O's Pizzeria on Main Street will donate a portion of its sales to Aaron Hern's family. And on Sunday, there will be a run/walk fundraiser at Alhambra High School in Martinez.

For details on the pizzeria fundraiser click here, and for details on the high school fundraiser click here.

 

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