November 19, 2013 2:21 am
Updated: November 19, 2013 9:02 am

A very special six-year-old gets his wish of a lifetime granted


A six-year-old cancer patient had his wished granted today thanks to a group of dedicated volunteers with the Make-A-Wish Foundation.

Six-year old Keian Blundell is fighting leukemia.

His biggest wish was to have a big carnival-themed party, so the Make a Wish Foundation built the party indoors, complete with bright lights, rides, popcorn, and games.

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It’s the biggest wish ever fulfilled with the local foundation.

Wendell Harlow with EA Sports that donated the studio has been a wish granter since 1996.

“And I can tell you this is the biggest wish of them all,” says Harlow.

Keian’s mother Chantal Blundell says they got a chance to catch up with a lot of people who have been helping them though their journey in the last 16 months.

“I am speechless to be honest with you. It is unbelievable. It is something that he said that he wanted. And they did this,” says Blundell.

“Make a Wish is just incredible. They fulfill a lot of wishes for a lot of kids that need it.”

With files from Aaron McArthor and Leigh Kjekstad 

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