Stevens-Johnson syndrome is rare, but it's consequences can be fatal. A reaction to a medication or infection, it begins with a fever, then the skin blisters, and in some severe cases, the top layer of skin dies. In the best scenario, survivors of SJS are left with permanent scarring. In the worst, the tragic loss of life.

Back in 2014, Cassie Campbell was prescribed medication after getting a bug bite. What started as flu-like symptoms and a rash quickly turned to loss of vision and mobility. Doctors were unable to save the young woman who left behind a three-week-old son, Layne.

Join Cassie's family and friends for the 2nd Annual Burn Out SJS Motorcycle Run, August 19th. All proceeds from the ride will be put into a trust for Layne. Registration is at 11:00 at McCarty's North 40 Sports Bar and Grill in Paw Paw. $15 per bike, +$5 with passenger. Kickstands up at noon. Then enjoy a live band, corn hole, raffles, and more. You were going to be on your bike anyway, right? Make that ride count. Join the friends and family of Cassie Campbell and make the 2nd Annual Burn Out SJS Motorcycle Run a success.