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Jaleah Hoyte and members of her family in the arrival area at the Grantley Adams International Airport, shortly before her limousine ride home.
Jaleah gets her wish granted!
By Marsha Gittens

Jaleah Hoyte’s wish was made extra special on Saturday when she was treated to a surprise limousine ride home upon her arrival at the Grantley Adams International Airport.

The fifteen-year-old student of the Windsor High School is the most recent wish child of the Precious Touch Foundation Inc. It was her desire to travel to the theme park, Disney World. Members of her family and the Foundation went to this destination as well as Give Kids The World Village with her during the past week.

Speaking to the press at the airport on Saturday, Hoyte said she had an enjoyable time.

“I always wanted to go to Disney so when the opportunity came I had to take it. It was lots of fun. I mean fun can’t done and we went on a lot of roller-coasters. I especially liked Sea World.”

Present to welcome home Hoyte and her family was a small group from the Precious Touch Found...

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