By: Mike Springer
January 29, 2013
Tallahassee, FL-The wife of FSU football coach Jimbo Fisher saluted those who are helping to find a cure for a rare disease that affects her youngest son.
Candi Fisher was the guest speaker at the Capital City Apartment Association's luncheon Tuesday.
The association is working to raise money for Fisher's Kidz 1st Fund.
The fund works to raise money for research towards a cure of Fanconi Anemia.
"The Tallahassee Community has been faithful and not let the interest in our charity fall apart. I'm very grateful for that because this community is what's allowed us to be so successful," said Fisher.
The association is hoping to raise about $2500 for the fund.
Fisher's son Ethan was diagnosed with the rare blood disease back in 2011.
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