Tallie Lyon’s Story

Tallie Lyons likes to be included. Whether it’s running errands with her parents or playing outside with her siblings, she always wants to be involved. But sometimes it’s a little harder for her than it is for other children.

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Navaeh West’s Story

At only 7 years old, Nevaeh West is a baseball player, a two-time adaptive triathlon participant, and a future cheerleader. She cycles two to three times a week and goes to therapy for a minimum of four hours per week.

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Sophia Collier’s Story

When Sophia Collier was just three months old, she was diagnosed with a rare form of Group B Strep Meningitis, also known as Guillain-Barré Syndrome (GBS). The disease caused brain damage on the left half of Sophia’s brain, which affected the right side of her body.

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Hannah Killebrew’s Story

Hannah Killebrew is a bubbly, energetic, outgoing, and determined nine-year-old girl.

“There is no stranger, she loves everybody,” Hannah’s mother Melissa said. “She has a very kind spirit, and everybody is a friend.”

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