ORANGE FOR CHAD: A group of area residents got together last week on the Circle in Miami Springs all dressed in orange to celebrate the fourth birthday of brain cancer victim Chad Carr, grandson of Gazette owners Tom and Debbie Curtis and son of Miami Springs High School grad Tammi Curtis Carr.
ORANGE FOR CHAD: A group of area residents got together last week on the Circle in Miami Springs all dressed in orange to celebrate the fourth birthday of brain cancer victim Chad Carr, grandson of Gazette owners Tom and Debbie Curtis and son of Miami Springs High School grad Tammi Curtis Carr. Gazette Photo/WALLY CLARK
ORANGE FOR CHAD: A group of area residents got together last week on the Circle in Miami Springs all dressed in orange to celebrate the fourth birthday of brain cancer victim Chad Carr, grandson of Gazette owners Tom and Debbie Curtis and son of Miami Springs High School grad Tammi Curtis Carr. Gazette Photo/WALLY CLARK

Chad's tough but needs your prayers

October 04, 2014 01:00 AM

UPDATED October 06, 2014 11:47 AM

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