The Strength of Brotherly Love



The Strength of Brotherly Love

Abilities365 News | 2014-05-27 15:01:04
Hunter Gandee, 14, plans to carry his 7-year-old brother with cerebral palsy, Braden, through a 40-mile trek in order to raise awareness for Braden's condition. The hike will start in Temperance, Michigan and end at the University of Michigan in Ann Arbor. Hunter expects the trip to take 13 hours, starting June 7th, ending June 8th after am overnight pit stop. Hunter is excited about the walk, saying that he will talk and sing with his little brother.

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