"She has a little ways to go, but she's doing real good, smiles. She's doing real good," explained Trean.
While Trean spoke with WALB, outside the Sports Zone volunteers were holding a car wash to raise money for the Shed's expenses.
Trean said it was that kind of community support that has touched her and her family.
"To have the community support, I thank them. I really truly thank them from the depth of my soul," said Trean. "You know we thank them for their support. We thank them."
Since Friday, there has been an outpouring of assistance for the two families of the four children struck by the car. A community that grieves for the death of a young boy, and celebrates together that his sister and the other two injured girls are recovering.