It’s been just over a year since what Xander described as “the greatest day of my life.”
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After three years of rehabilitation, a 17-year-old brain tumor survivor gets his wish to walk through the doors of Fred Hutch.
When Lena was presented with the option of choosing to go anywhere, having anything, or meeting anyone, she decided she wanted to help other people like her. Specifically, she wished to share her story of sexual abuse and domestic violence and encourage other people – boys and girls – to come forward with their stories.
Wish coordinator Elizabeth Van Huffel describes what it's like working for Make-A-Wish.
Jake, a Make-A-Wish recipient who is living with intractable epilepsy, a life-threatening medical condition, will fulfill a dream on Monday as he rounds the bases before the Mariners open the season against the Los Angeles Angels at 1:10 p.m. at Safeco Field.
The Mariners open their season at home, but not before one special 12 year old gets to run the bases at Safeco Field.
Like most 18-year-old girls, Gracie likes parties and getting dressed up. Unlike most teens, Gracie has already had to deal with some pretty serious problems already.
The Gig Harbor community recently lost one of its most hard-working, engaged and dedicated volunteers.
At a Washington Capitals practice, Caleb got his wish: A chance to suit up and skate with his hero, Caps goalie Braden Holtby.
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