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Emmet inspires Bozeman school to raise money for bone disease

Osteogenesis student Emmett Hartman
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Emmett Hartman, 8, will be participating in an upcoming Bozeman Summit School fundraiser walk on May 23 for children effected by osteogenesis disease, a condition he struggles with that causes his skeletal system to be very fragile.

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Emmet Jones wants to go outside, play ball and do things any 8-year-old boy takes for granted. But every time he does, Emmet is taking a big risk.

A second-grader at the Bozeman Summit School, Emmet has bones so thin and delicate, they seem like a bird’s.

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