A Paso Robles family is looking for community support as they entered to win an adaptive bike to help their daughter who suffers from a rare genetic disorder.
Logan Lowe, 4, was diagnosed with Angelman Syndrome when she was just 8 months old.
Logan takes daily medication for seizures and attends physical therapy once a week.
Logan's family is currently trying to get votes and or donations so she can win an adaptive bike that will help with her physical therapy.
According to the website, "This would help her (Logan) to be more involved with outside activity along with strengthening her leg muscles so she can one day walk on her own."
To vote, or to help donate, click here.
The neurological disorder affects about 1 in 15,000 people and Logan is one of three known cases on the Central Coast.