Ten-year-old kidney transplant survivor Blake Loudenber visits with friends Griffith Police officer Kevin Strbjak and Griffith firefighter Joe Martin.
Ten-year-old kidney transplant survivor Blake Loudenber has developed a friendship with Griffith Police Officer Kevin Strbjak, pictured, and Firefighter Joe Martin. Loudenber is collecting art supplies for kids at hospitals to mark his first anniversary from his own surgery.
Ten-year-old Blake Loudenber with grandmother Cindy Loudenber bring crayon and coloring book drop boxes to the Griffith Police Station.
Ten-year-old kidney transplant survivor Blake Loudenber drops off collection boxes in Griffith and visits with Griffith Police officer Kevin Strbjak and Griffith firefighter Joe Martin. Strbjak and Joe Martin developed a strong friendship with the Loudenbers last year during Blake's fight.
GRIFFITH | Blake Loudenber is a game changer.
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