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Keeping a little girl’s memory alive: sisters start BOW-tique business for the cause

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It’s a parent’s worst nightmare…finding out your child has brain cancer. For a local family, this news came when their young daughter Emma was diagnosed. Last year, on Mother’s Day, little Emma passed after losing her battle with the disease. But her life and legacy lives on. Three of her friends, sisters Laila, Isabelle and Mia, began their own business to pay tribute to Emma.

The business is called Laila’s Bowtique. The three sisters use a Cricut machine to cut and form brightly colored hair bows. Proceeds from the sales go to support Pediatric Cancer research through Milan’s Miracle Fund. Milan’s Miracle Fund has a mission to raise money to fund research to end pediatric cancer, and support families that have lost loved ones. 

If you’d like to support Laila’s Bowtique, you can click here for Laila’s Bowtique Facebook page. Bows will also be sold on Friday, July 20, 2018 at the Byron Township Library, located at 8191 Byron Center Ave SW, Byron Center, MI 49315. Sales will begin at 1pm.

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