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By Mark Hebert

'Our Women, Our Fight'

All day seminar promotes empowerment


Mark Hebert

Wesley KillEagle, Jr., and his daughter Payton at the MMA fights in Malta on Friday night. KillEagle and his family hosted the "Our Women, Our Fight" seminar and the MMA fights last week and all the proceeds raised was donated to the Ronald McDonald House in Seattle, Wash. Photo by Mark Hebert.

Much later in the night on Saturday, Wesley KillEagle, Jr., would host Mixed Martial Arts fights to benefit the Ronald McDonald House in Seattle, Wash., but earlier in the day, he held another fundraiser which he said was just at the "Our Women, Our Fight" seminar in Dodson.

"This day is about learning to defend yourself, but to also gain some knowledge about what sex trafficking is and what to look out for," he said.

One of Wesley's daughters is 2-year-old Payton who battled liver cancer last year and was housed in Seattle Ronald McDonald House during her chemotherapy. Payton fought cance...

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