Want to smile? Here are our top most recent feel-good reports

Want to smile? Here are our top most recent feel-good reports

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The Frisco Centennial senior class chose a surprise present over a senior prank this year. Fellow senior Haylee Harden's dad was diagnosed with Stage 4 cancer, and medical bills are piling up. But Haylee had no idea the money she and her classmates were raising would go to helping the family through this tough time. They surprised her with a check for nearly $7,000 at work -- her reaction was priceless!

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Posted on July 3, 2014 at 8:44 PM

Updated Thursday, Jul 3 at 8:50 PM

Tired of bad news? We've gathered our most popular recent feel-good reports. From a giving Frisco graduation class to a father and daughter's car duet, get ready to to have your heart make a flip.

Traumatic injuries left Chris Post and Traci Bryan paralyzed from the chest down. Getting their home into compliance with the Americans with Disabilities Act was going to be a massive undertaking. That's when a group of volunteers came in to lend some helping hands.

These students decided to help a family in Frisco, but they found the perfect recipient close to home. They took all their excitement to graduate and placed that energy towards giving one deserving student a special present.

For four years, Taxi was by seventh grader Rachel Benke's side in school, paving the way for possible future service dogs in the Northside Independent School District. But his impact went beyond his owner. He touched so many lives, Benke's fellow students felt he deserved a place alongside everyone else in the yearbook.

Ofa and Rex Clark weren't even trying to get pregnant when they found out they were expecting five.

Sing it! A North Texas father and daughter show us how it's done with their "Let it Go" duet.

 

 

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