Since then, she's been organizing her event "Sweep Away Cancer." 300 people showed up for it Saturday. The broom-ball tournament raised $10,000.
"I don't think I've felt her more then I have today. I can tell that she's so proud. I promised her I'd never lose faith in everything, that's why I did it. The money is one thing, I hope we raise a ton, but I really just wanted to honor her," Peterson said.
All the money raised will go to the American Cancer Society.
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