Bella Tucker Update, July starts with Fireworks

Originally posted on

July 13, 2010


bella_tucker_roomLast week, South School Principal Linda Boyd, third grade teacher Laurie Daily, soon-to-be fourth grade teacher Dawn Gray, and newly appointed Assistant Principal Chris Hunt, visited Bella Tucker at the Children’s Hospital in Boston. Upon arriving at the hospital, the group was surprised to find that Bella was not in her room. Her nurse explained that Bella was “never in her room anymore” and the cafeteria was the best place to look for her.

Lemonade stand benefits 8-year-old girl

Updated: Saturday, 10 Jul 2010, 10:44 PM EDT

Published : Saturday, 10 Jul 2010, 10:44 PM EDT

WRENTHAM (FOX 25 / - Bella Tucker had an infection so bad, doctors had no choice but to amputate her arms and legs. Today, complete strangers are doing their part to make her life a little better.

Chelmsford native Bella Tucker benefits from kindness of strangers

By Jesse Floyd/ Staff Writer

Posted Jul 02, 2010 @ 11:38 AM

Barb Dembrowski worked hard to raise $200 for the Bella Tucker Foundation, selling $2 bracelets from the mailroom at Burlington High School where she worked.

Community fundraisers continue for Bella

By Suzanne Laurent This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it.

LONDONDERRY — The community continues to rally around Bella Tucker and her family, with multiple fundraisers planned over the summer months.


Among them are wristbands and Bella Bracelets, a Ride for Bella, Billiards for Bella at Jillian's in Manchester, a yard sale, a Bella Ball at Searles Castle, and a bake-and-craft sale by Matthew Thornton's fourth-grade class at Mack's Apples.


Donations can be made to THE BELLA TUCKER FUND via the Paypal link or by mail to: The Bella Tucker Fund 26 Lantern Lane Londonderry, NH 03053