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Honorees

When we first met David Scarbrough, we had identified a GoFundMe page for a boy who needed a tub but whose single mom could not afford one. It was the launch of Safe Step Cares. He was 13 at the time, stayed curled up in a ball most of the day, was in a wheelchair,... Read more »

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Doctors told Tyler Currie’s mom Beth Coward not to bring her son into the world. He would be severely autistic, unable to speak, unable to care for himself and handicapped. She didn’t listen, and the world received an angel in Tyler. He stays with caretakers and the toughest task in daily life is something most... Read more »

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First, there was Mariah Aquino, well-known for being the face of Mariah’s Movers, an organization the 10-year from Beaver Falls/Patterson Heights founded in order to bring awareness to juvenile arthritis (JA), an incurable disease she was diagnosed with at age 5. When a walk-in tub, recommended by doctors, was out of her mom’s financial means,... Read more »

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Faced with Juvenile Arthritis, Local Teen Starts a Movement and Will Be the Sole National Youth Honoree for 2017 Walk for The Cure (for Arthritis); Was Surprised when Dozens Silently Nominated Her to Receive the Her Own State-of-the-Art Hydrotherapeutic Tub Mariah Aquino has followers world-wide and is well-known in the Pittsburgh area for being the... Read more »

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(Original Online Submission by Wife and Veteran Peggy Rollins): My husband, Michael, was injured in a mortar attack in Iraq in 2003 while serving with the military. He is legally blind and suffers from TBI, PTSD, and severe gate loss and has to wear compression bandages to include gloves, sleeves, and stockings. He also must... Read more »

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Kaitlyn Weaver is Alabaster, Alabama’s angel, a 9-year-old fashionista and fighter. The bright colors she wears matches her bright personality. She likes to sing and color but most of all, she likes cheerleading, even if it is done while in a wheelchair, which it has been lately. That is because she suffers from juvenile rheumatoid... Read more »

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