Doctors had given Ashlyn just a 10% chance of surviving the surgery.
Smokey Barn News Friday April 18, 2014 Greenbrier Tenn (See slideshow below)
Make-A-Wish Carnival & Easter Egg Hunt At Greenbrier High
Over a hundred children showed up for an exciting morning of games, jumpy houses and an Easter egg hunt at Greenbrier High School Friday. All the candy was donated by Clubs and Groups at Greenbrier High School, who also helped make the event possible. The purpose of the event was to raise funds for the Make-A-Wish Foundation. The goal is to make $7500 by May 13th. The goal today was $1000 and they made $1025, according to Michelle Gregory. Gregory is the coordinator of the Make-A-Wish Club at Greengrier High. Gregory told Smokey that they are just $500 from making that $7500 goal.
Ashlyn Gregory today…
Make A Wish is near to Michelle’s heart because her daughter Ashlyn was diagnosed with an Arterial Vascular Fistula and at the age of 7 Ashlyn underwent major brain surgery. Doctors had given Ashlyn just a 10% chance of surviving the surgery. Ashlyn did pull through and appears to be perfectly healthy. Doctors say she has no signs of the disease. Just before Ashlyn’s surgery they were told that Make-A-Wish was going to grant Ashlyn a wish. Make-A-Wish sent Ashlyn and her family to Sea World in California, the San Diego Zoo and Lego Land. Now Ashlyn is donating her time to Make-A-Wish so someone else can have their wish come true.
To find out how you can donate to this local Make A Wish group contact Michelle Gregory at Michelle.Gregory@rcstn.net
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Let’s take a photo..
It’s going, it’s going…
It’s a hole in one!!
Eaten by a frog!!!
Carnival Fun & Easter Egg Hunt
WOW, Look at all the eggs!
Anna Richards is ready for the hunt!!
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