The family-friendly event featured lots of fun holiday activities, a visit from Monte and a silent auction, all to benefit Make-A-Wish Montana.
Make-A-Wish Montana and the Walkerville Volunteer Fire Department helped him celebrate with his family.
Carter Gemar was diagnosed with cancer and spent most of last year going through treatment. Carter's cancer now is in remission and Make-A-Wish is sending him to the Keys for some much-needed relaxation.
Easton loves Legos so much that he wished for a trip to Legoland!
Laurel teen with cancer goes back to school feeling confident after a shopping spree.
Jacob Corpron, an 11-year-old boy from Boulder, is fascinated by law enforcement and hopes to be a police officer.
Arianna Cole is used to being the “tumor girl” but, so far, she has beaten long medical and academic odds.
Easton's wish to be made into a scary character by a professional makeup artist came true.
When 14-year-old David Iliff walked into his backyard last Tuesday afternoon, he discovered that his greatest wish had been granted.
As a person with a disability, the power of community tells my life story. On June 15, the Walk for Wishes will put the power of community on display.
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