Columbus Teen with Cerebral Palsy Surprised with Dream Trip to Orlando Theme Parks

COLUMBUS – A Columbus 16-year-old with Cerebral Palsy was surprised with her dream trip to Orlando, Florida, where she’ll visit three major theme parks.

Pam Yates says her daughter Kylie Yates, 16, was surprised with the trip just before Christmas, and says they will be leaving for the trip on Friday. Kylie, a Freshman at Columbus High, was given the trip by Baking Memories 4 Kids.

Baking Memories 4 Kids is an organization that sells cookies, and then uses the  money to send children with life threatening or terminal illnesses on an all expense paid vacation to the theme parks in Orlando.

Kylie will be spending 3 days at Disney World, 2 days at Universal Orlando, and Sea World, says her mother.

Pam says she is extremely grateful for the opportunity the Baking Memories 4 Kids organization has provided their family.

To learn more about Baking Memories 4 Kids, click here.

Yates is immobile due to her Cerebral Palsy, but was also able to participate in the, Good Life Halfsy, half marathon in late 2017, through the organization Ainsley’s Angels.

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