Skye Gets to Meet Duck Dynasty Family

Skye Gets to Meet Duck Dynasty Family

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A young lady who attended Semmes Middle School is getting a treat.  She'll get to meet members of Duck Dynasty's Robertson Family when they make an appearance in Fairhope in November.

Skye Loustalot has been battling cancer--bone cancer that has already taken one of her legs.  In a recent visit for treatment at USA Children and Women's Hospital, she got the good news from Page and Palette owner Karin Wilson.  Wilson presented Skye with tickets to the Bay of the Holy Spirit Jubilee on November 15th--and a chance to meet Si, Phil, Kay and Korie of the popular A&E reality program.

Wilson has been working to coordinate the appearance of the Duck Dynasty stars and authors for about a year.  It will take place at Oak Hollow Farm in Fairhope November 15th.  Check here for ticket information.

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