On Sunday, August 29th, five Londonderry 9-year old girls learned that teamwork and determination can help you surpass your goals. Back in June, before school was let out for the summer, these five Matthew Thornton Elementary school fourth graders, Adrianna Belanger, Rachel Cook, Noor Malik, Megan Packard and Audrey Severn expressed desire to help Bella Tucker and her family. None of them had ever met Bella, but they all empathized with her story and felt empowered to help.
LONDONDERRY — Bella Tucker's favorite color is blue. Soon, she'll be riding in a brand-new, deep-water blue pearl Dodge Grand Caravan, courtesy of the DeLuca Family of Dealerships of Andover.
News-Sports.net - Aug 31,2010 - Phantom Gymnastics in Hampstead, N.H., wants to pass along a Bella Tucker update to the gymnastics community. This is a follow-up to the magazine and website articles that ran earlier this year about Bella Tucker, a young gymnast who came down with a near fatal infection on Easter and underwent quadruple amputation surgery. Below is the update prepared by Cathie Lowell of Phantom Gymnastics, Bella’s gym.
Recently, Londonderry High School graduate Jessica Morris held a car wash in honor of Bella Tucker at BP in Londonderry. After the car wash raised a total of $810, Jessica knew she needed to hand-deliver the money, along with a few other gifts. Jessica was able to visit Bella at Children’s Hospital in Boston on Monday, August 16.