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IL: 14-year-old fighting leukemia gets camper

EFFINGHAM, Ill. — The Make a Wish Foundation and Legacy Recreational Vehicles teamed up to provide 14-year-old Tabbitha Kish with a pull-along trailer, reported Effingham Daily News.

She’s currently being treated for a type of leukemia, which has been quite a drain on her.

Stunned, she found it impossible to speak to the crowd in depth when she arrived at the podium, thanking them quietly. She leaned on her mother as the crowd applauded and she was shown to the trailer.

“It’s perfect,” she said quietly to J.D. Harmann of Legacy Recreational Vehicles.

Read the full article in the Effingham Daily News.


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