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In summer 2021 God put the Crowder family in our path and gave us the opportunity to bless Alex with an adaptive therapy bike. The effort has been so fruitful as it has allowed us to partner with families with special needs children, as well as, occupational and physical therapists who provide outstanding care to the children they serve.

Alex was the second child in as many months that we were able to surprise with an adaptive therapy bike at LeBonheur Children's Hospital.

Alex has Cerebral Palsy and Autism which has resulted in developmental delays. This device will help Alex develop strength, motor skills, and cognitive abilities. All of the above will lead to greater independence, as he enjoys to simple pleasure of riding a bike like any other child.

We are inspired by Patrick and Jessica Crowder's commitment to loving Alex and providing what he needs to be successful. It's a blessing for us that God would use us to help the Crowder's meet this need.

We also thank Mr. Crowder for his service to our country, and it's a privilege to be able to serve them and their son.



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We are in awe of the lengths Kecianna goes to to provide for her 5-year-old son, Kayden. While raising Kayden by herself she is also working and attending college classes. She was taking these challenges on without access to reliable transportation. She was dependent on the bus to get work, school, and getting Kayden to-and-from child care.

We met Kecianna in 2018 when she was in the youth program at Streets Ministries. We stayed in touch and when this obstacle revealed itself God opened a door to answer Kecianna's prayer. Through a faithful My Town Miracles partner, Christian Brothers Automotive in Collierville, we were able to orchestrate a car donation and get Kecianna some wheels.

With access to reliable transportation she can now take on more hours at work to provide more for her family and get Kayden where he needs to be.




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In summer 2020 God gave us a vision to provide a high achieving student from an under-served community with a college scholarship. It's through the scholarship application process we met Khadajah Kimbrough, who is one of the most inspirational young people we have had the privilege of working with.

Khadajah was salutatorian of Melrose High School's class of 2020 and she's currently majoring in Biology at Rust College, an HBCU in Holly Springs, Miss. Her choice of major is a stepping stone for her ultimate goal of becoming a pediatrician and providing quality health care in her home community of Orange Mound.

It's a blessing for My Town Miracles that we get to come alongside Khadajah on her journey and we thank the donors who make it all possible. We also thank RedZone Ministrires, which serves youth in Orange Mound, for partnering with us in the endeavor to recognize an exceptional scholar.



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