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Campbell off to Kenya for wish
Pat Healey
Allie Campbell is all smiles. (Healey photo)

FALL RIVER: Allie Campbell has plenty of reason to smile these days.
The freshly minted Lockview High School graduate just completed Grade 12 at the Fall River school; she’s in remission after months of chemotherapy after being diagnosed in June 2013 with Hodgkin’s Lymphoma; and for 10 days starting June 28, she and her family were heading to Kenya to give back thanks to Children’s Wish Nova Scotia.
Last year, Campbell was supposed to go with a group of students from Lockview as part of a Me-to-We trip to Africa to help build schools, a trip her best friend she convinced to join was part of. However, because she had just been diagnosed, she could not go so Campbell missed out.
And while most of the wishes Children’s Wish grants are to meet celebrities, or go to Disney World, Campbell’s wish was unique—she wanted to go, along with her family, to Kenya and help them build schoo...

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