Make-A-Wish Sends 11-Year-Old to Cuba to Visit Grandparents
Make-A-Wish New Jersey has surprised an 11-year-old lymphoma patient
with a trip to Cuba.
May 20, 2017, at 11:30 a.m.
JERSEY CITY, N.J. (AP) — Make-A-Wish New Jersey has surprised an
11-year-old lymphoma patient with a trip to Cuba.
NJ.com (bit.ly/2rAevh7 ) reports Tyler Machado thought he was
heading to the doctor’s office Friday morning. But he instead was
greeted with a red carpet leading to a stretch limousine.
Tyler is the first child from the United States to go to Cuba through
Make-A-Wish since the travel ban was lifted under the Obama administration.
Tyler’s mother says her son is a “family person” who has always wanted
to go to Cuba to meet his grandparents. Her son said he was happy before
heading out on his six-day trip.
The communications director for Make-A-Wish says the foundation is
working on trips to Cuba for other children throughout the U.S.
Information from: NJ.com, www.nj.com
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