Neighbors Helping Neighbors

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Neighbors Helping Neighbors

Neighbors helping neighbors, that's what took place Saturday night in Dayton. It was a benefit spaghetti dinner held at the Tongue River High School to help Amy and Richard Schneck.

Because of pregnancy issues, the Schneck's had to deliver their twin boys, Alexander and Marcus, three months early. The micro preemie twins weighed less than 2 pounds and fit into the palm of Richard's hand.

Grandma, Rhonda Shuck organized the event for her daughter and son-in-law.

It's not easy paying rent here and paying to stay at the Ronald McDonald House in Billings, especially living on two Wal Mart wages. Richard Schneck is pretty happy to be a dad, but it hasn't been easy.

This new grandma, Rhonda Shuck, is looking forward to getting the twin boys home.

Donations can be sent to Rhonda Shuck, P.O. Box 119 in Ranchester, 82839.

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