HOOD RIVER, OR - It was a magical birthday night for a 5-year-old little girl who doctors say likely won't make it to her next birthday.
We first told you about Lila may two weeks ago.
Touched by her story and strength, the community stepped up to give her a princess party tonight in Hood River.
Amy Frazier was there.
Escorted by police through the streets of Hood River, 5-year-old Lila may arrived at her birthday ball in a horse and carriage.
The crowd cheered for their princess who smiled and waved as she spotted her prince charming.
The crowd looked on in antipation.
Would you guys like to go to the ball?"
As Lila May's dad and stepdad walked her to the reception line.
Lila May headed inside her castle followed by Disney princesses!
Hundreds cheered as she walked the red carpet.
In the massive crowd Lila Mays mom.
"I don't even know a lot of these people, it’s just the most beautiful thing I think I’ve ever seen."
After watching her daughter battle cancer for three years.
It was the families dream to give Lila May a huge birthday ball tieing in things she'll never get to experience like a prom and wedding.
Doctors say this birthday will likely be her last.
"Ok, right now we're going to have a daddy daughter dance with daddy Ryan."
The family says 100's of people contacted them after hearing Lila May's story offering to help with nearly every aspect of her princess ball.
"I think ever little girl needs as much princess magic as they can get and sadly since she doesn't have a whole lot of time left I thought it was really important to get as much magic as she could."
Camera lights flashing Lila May’s dad twirled her on the red carpet in a dance that brought people to tears.
Then it was her step dads turn for a dance.
"Dancing with step dad."
At the end of it on one knee he pulled out a ring.
"Lila May, will you marry me?"
Lila May said yes.
"You know I wanted something great, but this is beyond great, I couldn't even this is unbelievable."
Then it was time to sing.
"Happy Birthday day Lila, Happy Birthday to you."
After blowing out her candles I had a question for Lila May.
"Amy: Lila what do you think of your party? Lila: I like it."
In Hood River, Amy Frazier, KOIN 6 News.
Family friends have also just launched an effort to send Lila May and her family on one last vacation together.