Skye Gets to Meet Duck Dynasty Family

Skye Gets to Meet Duck Dynasty Family

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A young lady from Semmes who has been battling cancer, will get the opportunity to meet members of the Duck Dynasty Family.

Skye Loustalot visited USA Children and Women's Hospital for treatment recently.  She has already lost a leg to bone cancer.  During her hospital stay, she is surrounded by memorabilia from the Duck Dynasty Show.  She's a huge fan along with her family, so to help keep her spirits high, hospital staff, along with Page and Palette bookstore presented Skye with Tickets to the Bay of the Holy Spirit Jubilee November 15th.  That's when Si. Phil, Kay and Korie from the popular A&E reality show will visit.

And Skye has been invited to drop by and chat.  The family sent her a special video message that was played for her during a surprise event at the hospital.  Page and Palette owner Karin Wilson, who is coordinating the event, dropped by with a basket full of Duck Dynasty books and T-shirts.

The Bay Jubilee will be held at Oak Hollow Farm.  Click here for ticket information.
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