They met at The Tap, and even had their wedding reception at The Tap.
Saturday, a couple celebrated a year of being cancer free, at The Tap.
Kristi Keesler was diagnosed with ewings sarcoma in 2006.
Eight rounds of chemotherapy, three weeks of radiation, and countless doctors visits have left the Keeslers with big medical bills.
That's why the couple's friends turned the celebration, into a fundraiser benefit.
"Its overwhelming to see the support that our family and friends and even extended family have reached out and given us," said Scott Keesler.
Kristi Keesler is a mother of two, and graduated from Texas A&M.
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