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Family travels to raise awareness for cerebral palsy

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Amarillo, TX - Residents in Amarillo on Wednesday will get their chance to meet a family that’s traveling across the country to raise awareness for cerebral palsy.

The Foleys and their daughter, Becca, are going from Georgia to Idaho before circling back home later this month.

They stopped to see the sights in Amarillo on Tuesday, and will stick around for a meet-and-greet session on Wednesday night.

That session will be from 6:00 p.m. to 8:00 p.m. at Westminster Presbyterian Church, located at 2525 Wimberly Road.

To learn more about their mission or to follow their journey, visit their Web site at the link provided.
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