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“All of them have said it’s inoperable,” she said. “They say that it’s spread out. The malignant cells are mixed in with the good cells, so there’s no way they could take it out. It’s a tumor, but it’s not in typical tumor form.” Surette said he wanted to help a family which has given a lot to Manning High School. Surette’s son, Jesse, attends Manning High School and plays sports there. Tickets are $10 each, and each ticket is a chance to win one of the two guns. The drawing will be held July 17. All funds will go toward Haigan’s treatment. “All Federal Bureau of Alcohol, Tobacco and Firearms Rules apply,” Surette said. Tickets may be purchased at The Manning Times, 230 E. Boyce St. in Manning (the old State Farm office), or by calling Surette at (803) 518-1405.