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Photo Gallery: O’Hara boy sells ‘Cookies for a Cause’

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Adina and Evie Rosen volunteer to help Ryan Kaufman for his bar mitzvah service project by selling cookies and beverages.
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Ryan Kaufman, 12, spearheads his project Cookies for a Cause to help bring awareness and research to ALS as his bar mitzvah project.
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Evie and Adina Rosen volunteer to sell homemade cookis to raise funds for the “Live Like Lou” project on Field Club Road.
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Ryan Kaufman and Adina Rosen count money raised at the end of the day from selling cookies and lemonade. Kaufman is half way to his goal of $2000 for the “Live Like Lou” project.

O’Hara resident Ryan Kaufman, 12, created a project called Cookies for a Cause as his bar mitzvah service work.

He sells homemade cookies to raise money for the “Live Like Lou” program for ALS research.

So far, he’s earned half of his $2,000 goal.

Suzanne Alexander of O’Hara and her late husband, Neil, established the fund in 2011 after Neil was diagnosed with ALS.

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