Amy Ogmundson is just plain tired—and that’s a good thing.
In November 2004 the 19-year-old member of Zion Lutheran Church, Ferndale, Wash., was suffering from Ewing’s sarcoma, a cancer of the bones. She had a massive tumor in her pelvis, which required surgery, chemotherapy and radiation.
|Amy Ogmundson debuts in Benaroya Hall, Seattle, last November while recovering from cancer. The “Symphony Thunder” concert annually raises money for Children’s Hospital in Seattle, where the singer received treatment.|
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