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By Stephanie Thompson
People Editor 

Family fundraiser Wednesday night

Van still needed

 

Stephanie Thompson

Harrison Elementary School special education teacher Jessi Summerall works one-on-one with Trinity Kellum Monday morning. Trinity, who is nonverbal, was diagnosed with lobar holoprosencephaly when she was two weeks old.

Two years ago, the Kellum family shared the story of their daughter Trinity and asked the community for help in purchasing a wheel-chair accessible van.

For various reasons, only $2,000 was raised toward the purchase of that van; and as Trinity continues to grow so does the need for that van.

Although Trinity continues to grow, her condition has remained about the same, mother Kimberly Kellum said. Two weeks after Trinity was born, she was diagnosed with lobar holoprosencephaly (HPE).

According to the website familiesforhope.org, are four types of HPE exist. Trinity was diagnosed with loba...



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