Teamin’ Up for Pitch Perfect Health | Savannah Boone


How Charming Photography and Design and Lacey Stone (English teacher at Linton-Stockton High School) teamed up to assist Savannah and family with medical expenses.

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2016 Homecoming


With Special Thanks to Those who have Offered Fundraisers
Toe Tagged Tattoo – September 2016 Fundraiser
Linton Subway – 4 Holiday World Tickets Raffle

Thank You to those Businesses and Individuals
sponsored monetary donations and to those who assisted during
the January 22 North Daviess vs. Linton Basketball Benefit:

Odon Tavern
Utilities District of Western Indiana REMC
Baeslers Market / May’s Floral (Linton)
Deena Baker In Memory of Brad Baker
John Sullivan, Lou Baker, David and Ashley Franklin and Family,
Lannan Excavating, Scentsy by Danielle Leigh, Sandy & Dee Woodruff,
JLE Rock and Stone,
Needle in a Cornfield (Maria Hill), Pillar Log Cabins,
North Daviess High School Basketball Team and Cheerleaders
Tracee Dixon, Timi Smith, and LHS Cheerleaders for seeking crowd donations
Terry Smith, Sandy Mejean, Alyson Sparks
Courtney Warnock and Hannah Rennick {Capture Your Fitness 5K Committee)
Linton Sporting Goods
Lacey Stone and Jerisa Yingley (Teachers at Linton-Stockton School Corp.)
How Charming Photography and Design

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Thank YOU to the North Daviess Varsity Basketball Team and HS Cheerleaders …
The Basketball team reserved T-Shirts prior to the event to wear during warm ups
during their match up at Linton-Stockton on Friday, January 22.

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The Cheerleaders had special green bows made to wear during the game.
They also purchased a number of T-Shirts and bracelets
in support of Savannah along with a monetary donation.

Thank You to the following businesses who offered special discounts
for wearing in Savannah T-Shirts, Buttons, and Bracelets:

J Seven Sports Grille (January 22)
Odon Tavern (January 22, 23, and 24)
How Charming Photography and Design (January 22 – January 26)
Linton Sporting Goods (January 22 – February 1)
Baesler’s Market/May’s Floral (January 25 – January 28)
A Place Called Home (January 25 – January 30)

Wring’s Smokehouse Linton sponsored a benefit dinner on Tuesday, January 26.
10% of ALL sales were donated to the Savannah’s Journey Project
totaling close to $150.

THANK YOU to the teachers of Linton-Stockton Elementary School …
who are participated in ‘Jean Days’ January 25 through January 29.
They continue to send their LOVE to Savannah and collected $290
to donated to the Savannah’s Journey Fund.


(Information as provided from Joe Boone)
Updated 2/1/16

Insight into Savannah’s Journey …

Savannah began experiencing headaches on or about December 15, 2015, which we thought were caused from eye strain.  On her last day of school before Christmas break, December 18th, her nurse called me to come and pick her up, because she was complaining about “the worse headache I’ve ever had”.

I took Savannah home, and the headaches just came and went throughout the entire weekend, and then on Monday, December 21st she asked me to make a doctor’s appointment for her for the next day.

When we woke up on Tuesday, December 22nd, she said that her headache was considerably worse, and that prompted me to take her to the emergency room at Greene County General Hospital.  They did a CT Scan there and found a tumor on the right side of her brain.  They then sent her to Riley Hospital for Children in Indianapolis for treatment.

On Wednesday, December 23rd, Savannah underwent her first brain surgery, and they were able to remove the entire tumor.  She has a drain tube put in her head at that time, and on Tuesday, December 29th, she had her second surgery to install a shunt in her head, and remove the drain tube.

On Thursday, December 31st, we were able to go home finally.

On Saturday, January 2, 2016, Savannah was life-lined to Riley Hospital, after it was discovered that she had bleeding around her brain, and she underwent emergency surgery immediately after arriving there, to relieve pressure on her brain, and to install another drain tube in her head.

As of today, Savannah’s prognosis is very good.  The tumor that was removed on December 23rd was found to be benign, and so no chemotherapy or radiation treatments are planned at this time.  Savannah had a very rare tumor called Chordoid Glioma, with only 70 cases ever reported in the entire world.

Savannah is actively involved with the Linton-Stockton High School Advanced Choir, the Miner Kadet Dance Team, and the high school softball team.   Her hobbies include listening to the groups One Direction and 5 Seconds of Summer, playing with her dog Marley, and spending time with her niece Isabel.  She has two sisters, Ashley Seprodi from Sullivan, and Lindsay Boone from Terre Haute.  Her mother Lesa, passed away in October 2012 from pancreatic cancer at the age of 48.

Update of Sunday, January 31, 2016
Savannah was released to return home on Monday, January 18. Continued prayers to her and her family for continued healing in the weeks, months, and years to come. She attended the January 22nd game to see family and friends.

As day 41 of Savannah’s Journey comes to a close, she is getting things together for her to try and go to school tomorrow. She will attempt half days, until her strength and stamina are back where they were before all this happened.

Continued Prayers are with her and her family.

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