Pray for a sweet Chilliwack toddler

A special song by local band Pardon My Striptease is being released today on iTunes to support a Chilliwack family and BC Children's.



A special song by local band Pardon My Striptease is being released today on iTunes Monday to support a local family and BC Children’s.

Proceeds from the song, Pray (for LJ), are going to the Love for Lilee fund and BC Children’s.

PMS members rallied around one of their own when singer Andrew Putt and Chelsey Whittle’s toddler, Lilee-Jean Whittle-Putt, was stricken with a rare kind of brain tumour. She underwent surgery and is receiving treatment at the Children’s for an aggressive form of cancer.

Lilee celebrated her first birthday on Monday, Dec. 5, the same day the single, Pray, was released on iTunes, and it’s one of many fundraisers going on simultaneously in the Fraser Valley to support Love for Lilee.

A seasonal light display is also ongoing at 10115 Hymar Drive in Chilliwack, and they are accepting donations for Love for Lilee.

To purchase the .99 cent song go to http://itunes.apple.com/ca/album/pray-for-lj-single/id483258496, or to hear the song, check out the Youtube video link at http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Swakuk8zdqg.

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