A Big Dream for a Little Girl Comes True

By: Cathleen Moxley Email
By: Cathleen Moxley Email

An upcoming weekend event will be a dream come true for a little girl in St. Marys, who has had a tough childhood.

Sunday, nine-year-old Cheyenne Smith will make a trip to Cleveland for the Miley Cyrus concert.

Cheyenne was recently admitted into hospice with a rare heart disease, and is in need of a lung and heart transplant.

When hearing Cheyenne's story, LeaAnn Mason with Pioneer Home Medical in Marietta immediately wanted to help.

So, with concert tickets purchased by Invacare, a medical equipment company, Cheyenne and her mom are ready for a night of fun, and they are both grateful to all those who helped make this possible.

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  • by Annie Location: Vienna on Nov 14, 2009 at 03:53 AM
    It is so nice to read a story about people helping other people. LeaAnn Mason and Invacare ROCK! I hope Cheyenne and her mom have a great time at the concert.
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