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Cooper says “thank you” for all the love and support



Cooper Jamison: Photo by Keith Phillips

A big crowd showed up on Monday night to support 12-year-old Cooper Jamison at the Warren Central freshmen baseball game.

Jamison, who will have brain surgery on Wednesday, had the stands filled with supporters as he threw the first pitch to his big brother Tristan.

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Fans in the stands

Proceeds from the concession stands will go to the Jamison family to help with Cooper’s medical expenses. He didn’t hesitate one second to thank those who came to donate.

Cooper also plays golf for WC and they wore special shirts last week in support of the young  athlete.

Monday was a special night as many individuals came together to treat this young man like family as he is getting ready face one of the biggest test of his life.

“Thank you is not good enough,” Cooper’s mom Tiffany Jamison said. Everyone has made this a lot easier and we are really appreciative for everyone coming out and supporting Cooper.”

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Cooper, Tiffany and Tristan Jamison: Photo by Amber Caruthers

Members of the baseball also shaved their heads in support of Cooper as he held the clippers.

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WC players getting their heads shaved: Photo from Angelia LaBarre Facebook

Cooper will be heading to UMMC on Wednesday for surgery and he has a huge number of individuals who will be praying for his healing.

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