While other kids are looking forward to summer break, Trayson Harrell has his mind on his family's first trip to Florida.
It came as little surprise when nurses asked Bryce who he wanted to meet most, the answer was Winnie the Pooh.The Whitefish boy’s dream was fulfilled last month by Make-A-Wish Montana.
Peacock recently put her running moxie to a greater cause. All those miles she ran in February were supported by pledges that will go to support the Make-A-Wish Foundation, which helps children with life-threatening medical conditions realize some of their aspirations.
Gavin, a fourth-grader at Poly Drive Elementary, was honored at a school assembly Thursday for exceeding his $19,500 fundraising goal to benefit Make-A-Wish Montana.
Austin and his mom are being flown to Maui, Hawaii for a week beginning July 16.
Attending the Western Montana School of Equine Touch to learn about horse massage therapy was a natural choice for Kendall ‘Shae’ Schiele, 18, of Ronan, who knew from the time he was 12 years old that his future would be spent healing horses.
With a lively laugh and beautiful butterfly dress, Allistaire Anderson seems like any other 4-year-old girl. She loves ice cream, her stuffed animals and, especially, her partner-in-play, older sister Solveig Anderson. One would never guess that Allistaire has been battling cancer since she was 21 months old.
A festive barbeque was held to welcome 11-year-old Kyle Sharbono home to Frenchtown.
On Saturday, this Conrad native got the chance to meet a couple of princesses at her going away party.Thanks to Make-A-Wish Montana, Clark and her family are going to Disneyland and she already knows what's she's looking forward to the most: "Well, the princesses."
When Jordan Straub, 13, returned home from an all-expenses-paid trip to Paris, courtesy of Make-A-Wish Montana, she came home with more than a leather Galliano purse.
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