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      Tri-State cowboy fights childhood cancer years after his death

      Four-year-old Ethan Weiman died back in 2009 after a two year battle with Neuroblastoma cancer.

      This weekend, thousands of Tri-State residents will celebrate the cowboy spirit of a little boy who lost his life to cancer.

      It's all part of the fourth annual Ethan's Rodeo which kicks off Friday night at the Adams County Fairgrounds. Gates open at 5:30 p.m. You can find a schedule of events here.

      Four-year-old Ethan Weiman died back in 2009 after a two year battle with Neuroblastoma cancer.

      After his death his parents, David and Alicia decided to organize a rodeo to celebrate Ethan's cowboy spirit, while raising money to fight Neuroblastoma, which causes 15 percent of all children's cancer deaths.

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