Hundreds attend benefit for injured local freeskier Kailyn Forsberg

31st August, 2015 by

By Randy Wyrick

EAGLE — The Forsberg family is thankful they’re not going through this alone.More than 750 people showed up for Friday’s Caring for Kailyn event, hosted by the Vail Valley Charitable Fund.Kailyn Forsberg’s thought kept rolling around the heads, “Could you imagine going through this without friends?” No, and the Forsberg’s don’t have to imagine it either.Kailyn, 15, said she was surprised and touched at the outpouring of love and support.“I thought we’d have a couple people from Eagle and Gypsum, not the whole town,” she said smiling.The Brush Creek Pavilion and park were packed with hundreds of people, dozens of …

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