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Rally For Talli

Rally for Talli is the message family and friends are sharing with the community to help 3 year old Talli Davis of Grass Valley, recently diagnosed with a cancerous tumor. Talli’s uncle Justin Sanders says Talli was diagnosed in November. 

“Dr. Reeder thought there was something wrong with her leg- it had a cold, I guess kids can get colds in their legs and he gave her an antibiotic and it didn’t work and so he told them that they need to go down and get some MRIs taken right away and the results came back that it was a Eastwing Sarcoma tumor in her hip.”

Talli is traveling to San Francisco for Chemotherapy treatments and her father has been taking time off work to take his daughter to her many doctors’ appointments and the expenses are building up. Uncle Jason Sanders is organizing various fundraising efforts to help support Talli and her family as they go through this process.  The family has a web site at www. TALLI DAVIS .COM where you can read Talli’s story. Uncle Justin says Talli is a happy little girl and plays until she can’t play anymore.

“She’s very, very intelligent, just like her twin sister. They’re both full of energy and she’ll play til she can’t anymore. She knows that she’s sick, but she still wants to play. They’re just a blessing.”

A bank account has been set up for Talli to help pay her many expenses for treatment. You can donate at the Bank of America branch at 804 Sutton Way, in Grass Valley ask for Katie Sapp and you can make checks payable to the “Davis Family Assistance Trust”. There are also donation jars at various locations around town, including at the front desk her at KNCO Radio at the corner of Dorsey and E. Main.

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