Kaden Lear, 7, in red shirt, said hi to classmate Braden Petrucci, also 7, on Wednesday as students, teachers and staff at Warner Elementary in Nicholasville presented Braden's family with a van that accommodates Braden's wheelchair. A "Wheels for Braden" fundraising campaign raised about $45,000 to buy the van and cover scheduled maintenance. Braden has cerebral palsy, epilepsy and hydroencephalitis. He is being raised by his mother, Tenia Johnson, and has a younger brother, Darius, 3.
Kaden Lear, 7, in red shirt, said hi to classmate Braden Petrucci, also 7, on Wednesday as students, teachers and staff at Warner Elementary in Nicholasville presented Braden's family with a van that accommodates Braden's wheelchair. A "Wheels for Braden" fundraising campaign raised about $45,000 to buy the van and cover scheduled maintenance. Braden has cerebral palsy, epilepsy and hydroencephalitis. He is being raised by his mother, Tenia Johnson, and has a younger brother, Darius, 3. Lexington Herald-Leader
Kaden Lear, 7, in red shirt, said hi to classmate Braden Petrucci, also 7, on Wednesday as students, teachers and staff at Warner Elementary in Nicholasville presented Braden's family with a van that accommodates Braden's wheelchair. A "Wheels for Braden" fundraising campaign raised about $45,000 to buy the van and cover scheduled maintenance. Braden has cerebral palsy, epilepsy and hydroencephalitis. He is being raised by his mother, Tenia Johnson, and has a younger brother, Darius, 3. Lexington Herald-Leader

Nicholasville school surprises student with wheelchair van

May 29, 2013 7:05 PM

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