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Jessie Hall, 13, and her parents Kristi and Cris Hall live in Aledo, Texas. Kristi - the Kelley's daughter - grew up in Cheyenne.

The Halls started a Hemi Foundation for children and their families who have had or will have the brain surgery. The foundation also works with medical professionals to pay for research into the causes of diseases that lead to intractable seizures and surgery.

 
 
Directions
 •  Go East on old Highway 30
 •  From College Drive - 4.2 miles to Reese Road
 •  North on Reese Road 1 mile to Beckle Road
 •  One block west to Ashley Drive
 •  Go North on Ashley Drive
 •  5th House on Right, 6565 Ashley Drive
   
  Any questions please call Gary at 307-630-6641 or e-mail us at papa@hemiforest.com.
   

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How You Can Help

If you get a chance – go to the hemifoundation.org website. Much information about the causes of seizures that result in the option of having a hemispherectomy, the procedure and the challenges that await the child and family is available. http://hemifoundation.intuitwebsites.com/welcome.html

Donations are accepted by the Kelley’s at “The Hemi Lighted Forest of Hope”

A donation box is conveniently located by the indoor display.
For more information call (307) 634-7806

Make check out to “Hemifoundation”.
For: “donation to Forest of Hope”

Checks may be mailed to:
Gary Kelley
6565 Ashley Drive
Cheyenne, Wyoming 82009

Or

Mail direct to
The Hemispherectomy Foundation
Forest of Hope
PO Box 1239
Aledo, TX 76008

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