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Wayland Throwing Carnival For Girl With Cancer

Wayland Patch 8/23/19: Wayland Throwing Carnival For Girl With Cancer. Ellie Levine doesn’t stop for much — she’s 5 years old and can usually be found playing mommy to her little sister Annie, running laps around her parents, or dancing.”She’s a unique soul,” her parents said. Nothing keeps her down for long, not even cancer.

Five months ago, Ellie was diagnosed with acute lymphoblastic leukemia, the most common type of child cancer. Since her diagnosis, the Levines’ lives have been a whirlwind of hospital stays and treatments. Once family and friends learned of Ellie’s diagnosis, word spread quick and soon the entire Wayland community offered help.

Wayland Town Crier 9/2/19: Admission-free carnival set for Sept. 15 to benefit Wayland girl with cancer. Ellie Levine, 5, missed her joint birthday party with her sister Annie, 3, after being diagnosed with cancer in March. A Framingham man wanted to give the Wayland sisters the party they missed – by throwing a community-wide carnival for them.

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