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Brain Injury Awareness Month

March is Brain Injury Awareness Month and a Mountain View family wants to share their story to help prevent brain injuries as well as to help others who have experienced brain injuries. Two and a half years ago, 10-year-old Kaylee Smith was struck in the head by a golf ball that shattered her skull. After two surgeries and months of rehabilitation, she suffers few effects. Story by Renee Carr from the March 12, 2014 issue. Kaylee Smith story of the Leader. Kaylee Smith story jump

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  • Dana Forrest Smith ( momma Eileen"

    She is a fighter! She is doing GREAT AND TALLER THAN I AM NOW! Almost 15 now! Long way back in a short time! Precious Kaylee! There is truly a loving Father in Heaven! Never felt we would loose her for one moment! Knew she would come back to us! What a summer we had in 2011! Never forget where I was when I learned she was hurt! Kaylee is certainly a blessing to our family.
    Every August I hold my breath! Blessed to have her in my life! We never stop praying for Kaylee! Please keep her in your prayers. Never give up hope when others believe it is useless to try! She is of great worth to me!


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