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Wednesday, April 20, 2011

'Make-A-Wish' kid jets to Hollywood to see Miley

April 19--Haley Reseter, to quote Hannah Montana, was most definitely enjoying the "Best of Both Worlds" on Monday afternoon in Morgantown.

She got to cruise around town in the same white stretch limo that was whisking her off to Pittsburgh International Airport for her first plane ride.

To Los Angeles.

To meet Miley Cyrus, the singer and actress who sang the above-mentioned song as the above-mentioned character in the popular TV show on the Disney channel.

"Oh, boy, I don't know what I'll say when I see her," Haley said. "I might have to give her a hug."

Haley, 10, of Westover, is getting her trip through the Make-A-Wish Foundation of Northern West Virginia, the nonprofit organization that grants trips, celebrity meetings and other "wish" adventures for children with life-threatening medical conditions.

Superior Ford Lincoln, of Sabraton, is granting the wish, which includes a visit with the star during a concert rehearsal and a sight-seeing trip to Universal Studios.

Accompanying Haley are her mom, Faith Reseter, and Faith's mom, Sue DeWitt.

Faith laughed as she watched Haley living it up in the limo. Her daughter, she said, is heavyduty into Hannah, all the way.

"We've got all the movies on DVD and all the music on CD," she said. "We know all the words to all the songs."

When Haley was four, Faith said, she suffered a bout of encephalitis, an inflammation of the brain that robbed her of her mobility.

Source: anythingdisney

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