Monday, September 09, 2013

Business Supports Transplant Patient
The entire staff was dressed in Gray shirts with one of her favorite colors, purple, spelling out Pray For Piper. Employees at Johnson City Family Skate Center wore the shirts during their All Night Skate on Friday night. The shirts were to bring attention and show support for Piper Smith, a young lady who underwent a kidney transplant last week in Nashville. Piper suffers from a rare disease called Shimke’s Immuno Osseous Displaysia. The skate center has held fundraisers for Piper and her oldest brother is employed there. Owners Cheryl and Randy Medley said it was the least they could do to bring awareness and show they care. Cheryl Medley says the t-shirts were signed by employees and friends and will be made into a quilt for Piper. (CC)

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