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Meet Aubrey.

Aubrey is quite accustomed to titles. Among them: 2017 Mississippi Miss Amazing Preteen, Oxford Mayor for the Day and Children’s of Mississippi Kid Captain for Ole Miss’ 2018 football game against Auburn.

Now Aubrey is taking on a new title: Children’s Miracle Network Hospitals Champion. In her role, Aubrey will advocate for the charitable need of children’s hospitals across the United States.

When Holly and Brad Armstrong were expecting their second child, Aubrey, they didn’t know she would be born with any special needs.

Despite the diagnosis, early intervention through Aubrey’s children’s hospital has made a world of difference, said Brad. Aubrey functions extremely well as a child with Down syndrome.

Physical therapy, occupational therapy and speech therapy have been part of Aubrey’s care, and she continues to see specialists in otolaryngology, endocrinology and ophthalmology through the children’s hospital.

Donations to Aubrey’s children’s hospital have helped support a new expansion. This expansion will include new surgical suites and expanded clinical space, which will benefit Aubrey and kids like her.

Aubrey radiates positive energy and never shies away from the spotlight. She’s even been raising funds for Children’s Miracle Network Hospitals for several years through her own lemonade stand.