Yee-haw! When it comes to movies and TV shows, Noah, 6, diagnosed with medulloblastoma, loves watching cowboys, especially Woody on Toy Story and the Cartwrights on Bonanza. So for his wish, Noah was transformed into a cowboy at Oak Hill Farms in Elizabeth, PA. His first stop was the outfitters shop where he learned how to dress like a cowboy. Next, he learned the trade with rope tricks and lassoing. And, of course, no cowboy is complete without his horse, so he learned how to ride like a cowboy. Noah’s wish concluded with a Blue Bunny Ice Cream social and celebration to share this special day with his family and friends.
Noah’s wish is part of a national effort by Wells, makers of Blue Bunny Ice Cream, to help Make-A-Wish grant 100 wishes in honor of Wells’ centennial year. It’s Wells’ 100th birthday wish-come-true that 100 kids with life-threatening medical conditions have their wishes granted. Wish-granting events are taking place across the country, each celebrated and captured on 100Years100Wishes.com.
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