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MENOMONEE FALLS -- Five-year-old Hailey Roser had a dream come true when she met Justin Bieber on Sunday, October 21st at the BMO Harris Bradley Center. And students from Menomonee Falls High School are part of the reason that meeting took place.

Hailey is battling a rare cancerous brain tumor that was diagnosed last August. When Hailey's mother Sabrina bought two tickets to the Sunday Bieber concert for her daughter's fifth birthday, she knew the odds of Hailey making the show were slim. That's when Sabrina and Hailey's father Eric started a social media campaign.

That brings us back to the Menomonee Falls students. They got involved on Twitter and Facebook to spread the word for Hailey. They also helped raise $15,000 to help the Rosers defray Hailey's medical costs.

Eric Roser can barely express in words his gratitude for all the help Hailey and his family have received as a result of the community's support.

Learn more about how you can help Hailey by CLICKING HERE.

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