Tournament, Prayers For Waycross Boy

Two-year-old Camp Tatum is fighting brain cancer.

Craig James | July 27, 2016

In early July, 2-year-old Camp Tatum, of Waycross, was diagnosed with a brain tumor. By the Grace of God, doctors at St. Jude Children’s Research hospital in Memphis, Tenn. were able to remove the tumor. After a biopsy, doctors have determined a minimum of six months of chemotherapy will now be required to battle the cancer.

We trust in God and his perfect will and are praying for little Camp to be healed. In the meantime, we have several fundraisers in place to support his family while they are with him in Memphis receiving treatment.

We have put together a fishing tournament Aug. 6, 2016 in Waycross. All proceeds will be given directly to Camp and his family. For a tournament registration form, please contact Craig James at (912) 282-3838.

For those unable to attend the tourney, the family has an account set up through: “Medical Fund for Camp Tatum,” Primesouth Bank, P.O. Box 919, Waycross,GA 31502.

You can also show support on Facebook by going to his page at Pray for Camp Tatum, and please pray for Camp and his family in this difficult time. We know God will hear your prayers.

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