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WILLISTON, Fla. (WCJB)– Some Levy County elementary college students have been leaping rope to assist their instructor’s son.
Max Williams, 17, is in want of a coronary heart transplant.
He has a fancy congenital coronary heart defect and he had three main open-heart surgical procedures.
His mom, Erin Williams, a kindergarten instructor at Joyce Bullock Elementary College in Williston.
College students participated within the fundraiser known as Leap for Max to assist with the household’s medical bills.
“We’re so appreciative of all of the generosity of this neighborhood and the way they’ve embraced him,” Williams mentioned. “With out the assist, we actually couldn’t being doing this.”
P.E. instructor Patty Griffith was Max’s second-grade instructor and when Max was in her class he would take part in Leap Rope for Coronary heart.
“I simply need Max to know that we’re sturdy for him and that we’re going to get by means of this,” Griffith mentioned. “I simply respect these youngsters as a result of these youngsters have been sturdy all through the entire thing and so they get out of the automotive and so they inform me within the mornings that ‘I’m getting sturdy for Max’ so your coronary heart simply beams with happiness. I’m simply tremendous pleased with them.”
Each Wednesday, residents of Williston put on their “Max shirts” to assist organ donorship.
To assist, contact the Joyce Bullock Elementary College principal Melissa Lewis at 352-528-3341 or through e-mail at email@example.com
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