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Justin Bieber Reward For Girl Who Helped The Hungry

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FRESNO, Calif. (KMPH) -

A Fresno girl who raffled off her treasured Justin Bieber concert tickets to help those in need will get to see her idol after all.

Fourth-grader Aarynn DeLeon decided to raffle off her two tickets to the Justin Bieber concert in Fresno because she said she wanted to help the hungry by raising money for the Community Food Bank.

But after raising $12-hundred, it turns out Aarynn will still get to see Bieber.

After hearing about Aarynn's efforts, local radio station Y101 is now paying to send her to the concert and has arranged for her to personally meet Bieber backstage.

Justin Bieber will take the stage at the Save Mart Center Friday night.

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