Madalyn Pearce, 9, rides her new tricycle up to her mother, Vicki, on Tuesday at the Rock Hill VFW. The Olde English Leathernecks detachment raised more than $1,000 to give the tricycle to Madalyn, who was born without a complete cerebellum, which affects her balance and motor skills. Below, Madalyn is all smiles on her new tricycle.
Madalyn Pearce, 9, rides her new tricycle up to her mother, Vicki, on Tuesday at the Rock Hill VFW. The Olde English Leathernecks detachment raised more than $1,000 to give the tricycle to Madalyn, who was born without a complete cerebellum, which affects her balance and motor skills. Below, Madalyn is all smiles on her new tricycle.
Madalyn Pearce, 9, rides her new tricycle up to her mother, Vicki, on Tuesday at the Rock Hill VFW. The Olde English Leathernecks detachment raised more than $1,000 to give the tricycle to Madalyn, who was born without a complete cerebellum, which affects her balance and motor skills. Below, Madalyn is all smiles on her new tricycle.

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December 12, 2007 12:21 AM

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