THUMBS UP: This week we met one tough 4-year-old and learned about a local nonprofit organization that’s doing its part to try to help her. It’s been about a year since Abby Renehan began experiencing bad headaches and a tumor was discovered. It was an atypical teratoid rhabdoid tumor (ATRT), a rare, aggressive tumor that generally strikes very young children. It’s been a medical odyssey since that has included surgery, chemotherapy, radiation, having her own stem cells harvested and then returned to her and too many hospital visits. Her mother, Katie Renehan, said she has had 14 admissions and 91 overnight stays. It hasn’t gotten Abby down. “If you saw her, you wouldn’t even know Abby is sick,” her mother told us. "She is the happiest little girl.” The South Carroll Lioness Lions Club is sponsoring a “GotSneakers?” drive to help Abby. New athletic sneakers and sports cleats will earn $3 per pair. GotSneakers? will pay $1 per pair for used but still wearable athletic sneakers and sports cleats and 25 cents per pair for used non-wearable, recyclable, athletic sneakers and sports cleats. Funds earned by the sneaker drive will help with doctor and medication co-payments, and travel costs. Contact South Carroll Lioness Lions Club members: Kay Field at 410-795-2674, Sue Mykulyn at 570-617-6367, or Susan Bonura at 443-745-1281.