LAFOLLETTE, TN (WLAF) – One of the ways WLAF has shown support for leukemia patient Baby Jack Price has been to display Jack’s ribbon near the top of its website.
Sandy Day at Sandy’s Custom Auto created Jack’s ribbon and kindly shared it with WLAF, and it has remained on the website since last August. That’s when the diagnosis was announced by Jack’s father, Campbell High Football Coach Justin Price.
One-year- old Jack Price started crawling just a few days ago. Watch out mom and dad, the terrible twos are straight ahead.
It was our intention to keep Jack’s big ribbon showing until he was able to come home for good. It’s been a few weeks since the one-year-old cotton top came home, and now the ribbon will move from the top of the website to the far right side column. Jack’s daddy gave us his blessing for the move, and said, “God’s got us in a good spot right now. It’s time to put the big ribbon away.” The new-look ribbon will remain on the WLAF website to serve as a symbol of celebration for Jack’s return home to Campbell County.
(WLAF NEWS PUBLISHED – 06/16/2020-6AM)