Fundraiser set for Inkom boy diagnosed with leukemia

By Journal Staff

ARIMO — Trenton Hopkins was diagnosed with leukemia two weeks after his tenth birthday. For the past two months he and his family have been traveling to Salt Lake City weekly for his chemotherapy treatments. He is also receiving treatment at Portneuf Medical Center.

Trenton does not have health insurance and his family is facing tremendous medical bills and travel expenses that will continue to add up during his three year treatment plan.

A silent auction, raffle and free magic show will be held on Friday, May 29 at the Marsh Valley Performing Arts Center, 12655 S Old US Highway 91 in Arimo. The silent auction and raffle will begin at 6 p.m. and the magic show will begin at 7:30 p.m. Items to be raffled off include furniture, jewelery, a rifle, girls and boys .22s, gift baskets and a guided bear hunt.

Timothy Riggs ( will presents a magical form of entertainment that is amazing, humorous and truly unique.

Trent and his parents, Nick and Misty Hopkins and little sister Kira live in Inkom. Trent loves the outdoors, camping, fishing, hunting, sports, games and hanging with family. He has a dog and a cat. He’s such a happy, loving boy, with a big heart for others.

There will be food available for purchase. For more information and if you would like to donate items to the auction or raffle contactl Angie at 208-709-3640 or Misty at 208-479-7008.

You can follow Trents story on Facebook at Find a GoFundMe account at

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