Benefit Held For Mother Battling Cancer

Posted at 10:35 PM, Jun 26, 2016

There was a huge show of support in Murfreesboro for a single mother who has been battling cancer.

About two years ago, Jennifer Phillips was experiencing headaches and dizziness, and then suddenly she had a seizure.

That's when Jennifer found out she had brain cancer. With treatment appointments, this single mother of two hasn't been able to work a lot.

That's why her friends came together Sunday to try to help her out with a motorcycle ride and auction.

Jennifer still has to undergo chemo treatments once a month, but through it all, she's not losing hope.

“I just go on with my life, thinking that it's, it's not going to kill me,” she said. “I'm going to do great, and I will.  I'm going to fight this. I'm not going to stop fighting.”

Benefit organizer Scott Hurst was still taking donations at his business. To contact him call 615-898-1791.