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Evie P.


2019-20 Cover Kid Evie P. is pure joy. Her parents, Tammy and Wayne, describe her as all rainbows and candy canes due to her happy and easy-going nature. While this was her first photo shoot with the magazine, Evie is no stranger to being in front of the lens, having posed for several advertisements before. During her time at home with her family, Evie has taken part in weekly Zoom meetings with her classmates, and she has even kept up with her physical and speech therapy appointments, where she is thriving more than ever. Evie has had a law named after her, Evie’s Law, which has inspired several other states to follow suit in helping those who are raising children with Down syndrome. Evie enjoys swimming, playing with sidewalk chalk, and watching Sesame Street. She’s really an all-around cool kid.

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Shawanda Dixon
Baton Rouge
EVIE P.

She is a beautiful young lady!

May 2020

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