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RICHMOND, Va. — Michaiah is the youngest of three siblings, who is referred to as “the baby.”

Michaiah enjoys playing video games and all types of sports. She loves football and basketball, so much so that she asks for a new football and basketball every Christmas.

Although, Michaiah loves to play rough and tumble games, she has a very soft spirit. She speaks in a very soft voice, so you may have to ask her to “speak louder.”

Michaiah is doing well in school, but needs encouragement to complete school assignments.

She is a Christian and enjoys attending church services. Michaiah desires to join the church choir.

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