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Two Sixth Grade Girls Skipped Their Recesses to Help Restore a Device to Help a Child in Need

November 20, 2016

Four-year-old Tiahnah Taylor has cerebral palsy, preventing her from being able to walk. The two sixth grade girls, Maria McClive and Michelle Kim had a special connection with her and wanted to do something to help.

They came up with the brilliant idea to revamp an old electric toy car for her to drive around instead of having to use a wheelchair.

"Instead of people staring at her because of her disability, people will now be staring at her because of her awesome car!!!" one of the girls said excitedly.