There will be a benefit spa for Kyndall Denton from 5-9 p.m. Saturday, April 7, at Silhouettes Boutique & Tea Room at 110 East Olympia Street, Manila.
Kendall is the 18 month old daughter of Tori Parks and Billy Denton of Manila. She has had multiple health problems since birth and was diagnosed with a genetic disorder known as Turner Syndrome on March 5, 2012.
Also, she is currently being required to seek frequent medical treatment at LeBonheur Children's Hospital in Memphis, Tenn., and Arkansas Children's Hospital in Little Rock.
T-shirts are available to order through Tiffany Alsup, at (870) 227-0431.
In addition to Turner Syndrome, Kyndall has been diagnosed with severe GERD, Tracheomalacia, Dysphagia, and severe food allergies. She is currently waiting on the results for possible diagnosis of Ventricular tacacardia (V-Tac). She had an abdominal wall mass removed in July of 2011. She is waiting on her second set of ear tubes and leg braces.
There will be free BeautiControl facials and spa treatments, with BeautiControl products available for purchase.
The public is invited and there will be door prizes, food, raffles, and a silent auction.
Local businesses are being asked to show their support by donating products or gift cards to be used as prizes, food items, and/or money donations to go to the family.
Letters have been mailed to local churches asking for support by adding the family to the church's prayer list and taking up a love offering for them before April 7.
For more information contact Alsup at (870) 227-0431 or Tori Parks at (870) 278-7355.