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Spanish Daily Journal
     July 8, 2019      #35-189 sdj 0
 
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Phoebe laughs as her dad, Scott Killy, performs the changing of shoes by replacing her flats with high heels, a symbolic part of the quinceañera ceremony that signifies a young woman's transition of a girl into womanhood.
The quinceañera of her dreams 

KANKAKEE — “I don’t want to be little anymore. I want to be a big person!”

Scott Killy, father of 14-year-old Phoebe Killy, quoted his daughter from when she was little, onstage on the evening of her quinceañera at The Majestic Theatre.

Throughout the past few months, Phoebe has done a lot of growing up. She was forced to accept the reality of her diagnosis of stage 4 glioblastoma multiforme on April 3 of this year 

KANKAKEE — “I don’t want to be little anymore. I want to be a big person!”

Scott Killy, father of 14-year-old Phoebe Killy, quoted his daughter from when she was little, onstage on the evening of her quinceañera at The Majestic Theatre.

Throughout the past few months, Phoebe has done a lot of growing up. She was forced to accept the reality of her diagnosis of stage 4 glioblastoma multiforme on April 3 of this year 

KANKAKEE - "Ya no quiero ser pequeña. ¡Quiero ser una persona grande!

Scott Killy, padre de Phoebe Killy, de 14 años, citó a su hija cuando era pequeña, en el escenario la noche de su fiesta de quince años en el Teatro Majestic.

A lo largo de los últimos meses, Phoebe ha crecido mucho. Se vio obligada a aceptar la realidad de su diagnóstico de glioblastoma multiforme en etapa 4 el 3 de abril de este año

KANKAKEE - "Ya no quiero ser pequeña. ¡Quiero ser una persona grande!

Scott Killy, padre de Phoebe Killy, de 14 años, citó a su hija cuando era pequeña, en el escenario la noche de su fiesta de quince años en el Teatro Majestic.

A lo largo de los últimos meses, Phoebe ha crecido mucho. Se vio obligada a aceptar la realidad de su diagnóstico de glioblastoma multiforme en etapa 4 el 3 de abril de este año

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Phoebe checks out the finishing touches of her makeup before the start of her quinceañera ceremony, which was coordinated by Gina Cordes and Lisa Holt, of Make-A-Wish Chicago. Every donation, from the dress and decorations to the food and venue, came from the community and made the event a reality,