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HALLAM, YORK COUNTY, Pa. --  People came together to hold a fundraiser for a 9-year old York county boy who was diagnosed with brain cancer earlier this year.

Organizers hosted the 2nd Annual Halloween Ride at the Tourist Inn on Saturday. This year, the event benefits Ayden Zeigler-Kohler. From silent auctions to live music and even a costume contest, people came together to help.

"With him done [with] radiation and all that, we have to look for an alternative," Bill Kohler, Ayden's father said. "And we have found that's it's pretty costly. Taking care of him all of the time, this gives me a time to thank the community so that's one of the things I want to do is thank everyone that is helping us right now."

There was also plenty of food, apparel and of course the rides. If you'd like to help Ayden, click here.