‘Kisses for Kycie’ benefit at Staheli Family Farm, community invited

ST. GEORGE — A new “Kisses for Kycie” event, complete with a Pasta Factory dinner, snow cones, live and silent auction, raffle and live entertainment will be a night to remember Monday, from 5-8 p.m. at Staheli Family Farm, 3400 S. Washington Fields Road in Washington.

Fundraiser Flyer | Image courtesy of Kisses for Kycie, St. George News
Fundraiser Flyer | Image courtesy of Kisses for Kycie, St. George News

The event has been organized in an effort to support the family of Kycie Terry and spread awareness about Type 1 diabetes.

On Jan. 30, 5-year-old Kycie Terry was flown to Primary Children’s Hospital in Salt Lake City, after exhibiting flu-like symptoms over a few days and then having tests results show her blood sugar level at 1,148 (milligrams per deciliter, or mg/dL), a condition called diabetic ketoacidosis.

Kycie’s parents had no prior idea that Kycie had Type 1 diabetes. On their way to Primary Children’s, Kycie had a seizure and another one when they got to the hospital. After reviewing the MRI, doctors said that she had extensive damage to the brain and told  her parents to prepare for the worst.


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Remarkably, Kycie did survive. She is still at Primary Children’s Hospital, fundraiser organizers said in a press release, and she is undergoing therapy and recovering little by little every day.

All proceeds will go to the Terry Family to help fund the cost of Kycie’s rehabilitation at the “Now I Can” facility in Provo, the release said.

Fundraiser organizers invite the community to join them Monday for the benefit of Kycie’s ongoing rehabilitation that she may regain crucial abilities and reach her full potential.

Ed. note: When making charitable contributions it is advisable to consult with professionals for tax advice and investment risks.

Event details

  • What: “Kisses for Kycie” fundraiser
  • When: Monday, April 20, 5-8 p.m.
  • Where: Staheli Family Farm, 3400 S. Washington Fields Road, Washington
  • Kisses for Kycie Facebook page | Donation page

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1 Comment

  • fun bag April 15, 2015 at 12:21 pm

    hopefully this kid can make enough of a recovery to live somewhat of a normal life. hate to see this happen to little kids

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