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Candlelight vigil draws huge crowd in Pittsfield


PITTSFIELD, Ill. (WGEM) -- Hundreds of people gathered in Pittsfield Tuesday night to show their support for a local woman battling breast cancer.

The candlelight vigil at Pittsfield Manor was to show Eva Kelly just how much the community is rallying around her.  The 28-year-old has been fighting breast cancer for two years.  Friends and family organized the vigil to honor Eva's life and beautiful spirit, even while in the midst of the fight of her life.

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