This story is about Chelsea.
Chelsea was a kind, active child. During her Jr. high school years, she began to experience a twitch. Doctors could not determine what was causing it. In the year 2012, Chelsea began to experience seizures.
She was diagnosed with Lafora Disease. a fatal seizure disorder which progressively gets worse.
Chelsea has died at the young age of 18. A life taken much to young. Our Thoughts and Prayers go out to this family. I cannot imagine the pain that comes with the loss of a child.
The Middleton police association would like to help this family through this tragic event. Would you please consider helping? While we will never be able to remove the pain, we may be able to help remove a financial burden which comes with any death. The Best thing that I could describe about our community is the warming generosity that comes from our Town when someone is in crisis?
Would you please consider going without that coffee on the way to work or maybe you don't need that sub for lunch and donate it to our Chelsea fund? With 1800 folks in town and our summer residents as well as our community neighbors, I think we can make this happen.
The Middleton Police Association is accepting donations at the police department. You can drop off a check or cash in any size. No donation is to small and greatly appreciated. Please mark the envelope Chelsea fund if you are giving cash or write a memo on a check that this is for Chelsea.
All checks should be made out to the Middleton Police Association and 100% of this money will go to the family. You can also drop a donation at the Town Hall if no one is available at the Police Station.
Finally checks can be mailed to:
Middleton Police Association
182 Kings Highway
Middleton NH 03887
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