Money raised from the sale of bracelets in memory of a local teen are going to a group that searched for him.
Family friends of Cooper Nemeth, 17, had them inscribed ‘Remember Cip’ and sold them here and even as far as England.
Now, the women behind the effort, Paige Buors and Ramona Waldner have handed over a cheque of more than $2,000 to the Bear Clan Patrol.
That group joined many others in the search for Nemeth after he disappeared February 14th.
He was found dead almost a week later.
The Bear Clan has also helped in searches for Chase Martens, 2, and Delaine Copenance in Kenora.
Nemeth’s parents requested the bulk of the money raised go to the search group to continue its work.
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