BELLS FOR ABIGAIL
Bells for Abigail: KPRC 2 celebrates Julian Galloway, who is officially cancer free
HOUSTON – It has been almost a year since KPRC 2 launched our Bells for Abigail series and families are still sending us their victorious bell-ringing videos. Today, we are celebrating Julian Galloway. It has been a difficult year for Julian and his family, but they battled cancer together. Because of COVID-19 restrictions at the hospital, Julian’s school in Corpus Christi hosted a bell-ringing celebration for him this past week. Julian rang the bell as his classmates and teachers at St. Pius X Catholic School cheered him on.
Bells for Abigail: Celebrating Abigail Arias one year after she was sworn in as an honorary Freeport police officer
FREEPORT, Texas – February 7 will always be a special day for the city of Freeport’s Police Department for Abigail Arias’ family. Exactly one year to the day, the little cancer fighter became an honorary Freeport police officer, inspiring law enforcement and cancer fighters all over the world. Abigail’s life and legacy were honored with a special tribute at the Freeport Police Department on Friday morning. Freeport Police Chief Raymond Garivey honored the brave fight of little Brianna during Friday’s ceremony and thanked Abigail for continuing to inspire other little cancer fighters. “One year later, look around this room, she continues to inspire people all over.”You can upload of your little cancer fighter rining bells below:
Bells for Abigail: Share videos of your kids’ bell-ringing ceremonies to honor Officer Abigail
With the blessing of her family, KPRC 2 is remembering Officer Abigail Arias with an ongoing digital feature called “Bells for Abigail” that celebrates the life and fight of the 7-year-old girl who inspired so many.