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  • Olympia kindergartner finds strength singing with Dad

    Garfield Elementary kindergartener Leighton Olsson Courtney, who is undergoing chemotherapy for a massive inoperable brain tumor that has already stolen the sight from her right eye, performed a song written for her by her father, Sawyer Courtney, at the school's end-of-the-year variety show.

Garfield Elementary kindergartener Leighton Olsson Courtney, who is undergoing chemotherapy for a massive inoperable brain tumor that has already stolen the sight from her right eye, performed a song written for her by her father, Sawyer Courtney, at the school's end-of-the-year variety show. Tony Overman toverman@theolympian.com
Garfield Elementary kindergartener Leighton Olsson Courtney, who is undergoing chemotherapy for a massive inoperable brain tumor that has already stolen the sight from her right eye, performed a song written for her by her father, Sawyer Courtney, at the school's end-of-the-year variety show. Tony Overman toverman@theolympian.com

Singing dad’s song brings happiness to Garfield kindergartner battling brain tumor

June 16, 2017 6:57 PM