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"It just makes you feel good, knowing a lot of people care about me," said Isaac Pfiefer, the Norfolk Catholic football player who suffered a spinal cord injury just three months ago.
Now, Isaac Pfeifer sits in his recovery room at the Madonna Rehabilitation Hospital in Lincoln, Nebraska, with his mom by his side. His room covered in red and white "Knights" memorabilia, which seems very appropriate, considering his band of football brothers and friends are the ones behind the latest fundraiser for Isaac, called "Bring Isaac Home."
"It just makes me feel really good that all my friends would go out of their way and set up a benefit for me," said Pfiefer.
Pfiefier's teammates were there on the field with him, at that November playoff game, when he went in for the tackle that changed everything. Pfiefer was airlifted to the hospital where doctors confirmed he had a spinal cord injury. Now, unsure if he'll ever be able to walk again, Pfiefer continues to focus on his recovery every single day. But this Sunday, Pfiefer will take a break from his rehab for the fundraiser. And just days before the event, the list of silent auction items continues to grow.
"It's unbelievable," said Pfiefer.
Over 100 items are up for bid, including tickets to baseball games, hockey games, Husker football games. There's even an autographed Husker football up for grabs, along side a Flat Screen TV and golf outings.
"For his buddies to step up and do this... it means so much. They're great kids," said Becky Pfeifer, Isaac's mom.
This will be benefit number three for Pfiefer. He says he's looking forward to seeing all his friends and family, but is a little nervous too.
"It'll be a little scary going there. But once I get there, I'm sure it'll be all right," said Pfeifer.
The fundraiser is set for this Sunday, February 3rd, in Norfolk, at parish hall across the street from St. Mary's Church, 2300 Madison Ave, Norfolk, NE 68701. There will be a pancake feed, raffle and silent auction from 9 a.m. to 2 p.m.