CHILTON – Five-year-old Noah Oakley hasn’t met a toy train he didn’t like. Red ones, blue ones, wooden ones, plastic ones. They all have fun written on them.
Fun is something that Noah, son of Keith and Sheila Oakley, members of Good Shepherd Parish, appreciates – probably more than all of his kindergarten classmates at Chilton Area Catholic School. That’s because Noah has been battling brain cancer since he was 2.
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