Kycie Jai Terry was born in October, 2009. She was the only girl of 6 children. She and her family lived in St. George, Utah.
In January, 2015 Kycie began to complain of a stomach ache and head ache. After 5 days she was diagnosed with type 1 diabetes and a blood glucose level of 1048, normal is 90-110. She was LifeFlighted to Salt Lake City and suffered two seizures and fell into a coma. After reviewing an MRI, doctors told Josh and Jamie that the high glucose caused Kycie's brain to swell and ultimately resulted in severe brain damage. Kycie was not expected to survive, and if she did it was likely she would have little to no quality of life due to the severity of her injury.
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The More You Know......
Welcome to the "Official" site of the Durand Biker Bash & Chili Shootout!
This will be our 15th year of the Bike show. This show originally began when one of the local bar owners wanted to help a local girl with Type 1 Diabetes. Through the efforts of all of our volunteers and participants, we have been able to donate thousands of dollars to a great cause! A major portion of the proceeds from this event go to JDRF organization, as well as to the American Diabetes Association. We couldn't do it without all of the support from our sponsors, vendors, patrons, bands, and volunteers. Thank you all.
If you are a band, a vendor or potential sponsor and are interested in being a part of this years Biker Bash, please go to the Contact Us page and send us your information.