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ST. JOSEPH, Mo. — In the fall of 2018, Laura…
The Fort Worth Star-Telegram in Texas reports:
Maddie Higgins was blindfolded as she approached a neighbor’s front yard, not knowing what to expect.
A 6-year-old girl with a rare form of brain cancer, Maddie has long wished to play in the snow.
She was about to get her wish, a chilling experience in the middle of July.
“It’s impossible!” Maddie said as the blindfold was removed. “It’s summer.”
Thanks to Emergency Ice, a Dallas-based company that does all things ice, Maddie was able to play in the snow Friday afternoon, building a snowman with friends and family.
Read the full story, and see a photo gallery of the Texas snow day.
Maddie is a first-grade student at Park Row Christian Academy in Arlington, Texas, a school associated with Churches of Christ.
See updates on Maddie at the Fight for Maddie Facebook page.
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