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first_imgOcean City throws its support to the “Fight Like Hail,” 10-year-old Hailey Parker’s battle with cancer. Donald and Kim Parker join Hailey under the marquee at the Ocean City Music Pier on Friday.Kim and Donald Parker were worried about their 10-year-old daughter’s headaches.They took her for a routine MRI on March 4, and the results showed a parent’s worst nightmare.Hailey Parker underwent emergency surgery to remove parts of a brain tumor at Children’s Hospital of Philadelphia on March 9.Donald, Hailey and Kim ParkerParker, who will enter fifth grade in Newtown Square, Pa., in the fall, is fighting glioblastoma, and undergoing chemotherapy and proton therapy.But the young dancer got a special lift in Ocean City on Friday. The girl had always dreamed of seeing her name on the marquee at the Ocean City Music Pier, and there it was, her motto: “Fight Like Hail.”Her dad said Hailey’s grandparents, Chuck and Peggy Friel, live in Ocean City, and another family member, Dana Lithicum, contacted city officials to see if they would help her out.Parker said the city couldn’t have been more accommodating and even provided a gift basket to the family.If anybody would like to join the young girl in her “Fight Like Hail,” they can learn more on the Fight Like Hail Facebook page or on the Fight Like Hail GoFundMe page.A great crowd of friends and family joins Hailey Parker under the marquee at the Ocean City Music Pier, which notes her fight against brain cancer.last_img