Interview: Aiden's Lego Legacy

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by Amy Stallings

WHAS11.com

Posted on March 18, 2014 at 7:05 AM

Updated Tuesday, Mar 18 at 1:57 PM

LOUISVILLE, Ky. (WHAS11) -- Battling leukemia can be tough for anyone, but one young cancer patient is doing his part to make the battle a little easier for himself and other children fighting cancer.

Tuesday you can help 9-year-old Aiden Johnson help other children at Kosair Children's Hospital by participating in his second annual "Aiden's Lego Legacy." Aiden started the charity after he found playing with Legos helped take his mind off chemotherapy treatments.

And it couldn't be easier, all you have to do is eat at Texas Roadhouse Tuesday. Ten percent of all food sales will go to benefit Aiden's charity.

If you donate an unopened Lego set or $5, you can get a free appetizer or a free kids meal, too.

However, you must bring a copy of the even flyer from Aiden's Lego Legacy Facebook page.

Click here to be redirected to the page.
 

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