Kidd’s Kids Makes Dream Come True for Roanoke Girl

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ROANOKE, TX -- They say a dream is a wish your heart makes; and for a seven-year-old girl from Roanoke, her dream was granted on Friday.

Aubrey Warren suffers with cerebral palsy and dystonia. She had the surprise of her life when J-Si Chavez of the Kidd Kraddick morning show came to her school to deliver some exciting news.

Aubrey and her family were selected to participate in the annual Kidd's Kids trip to the happiest place on earth -- Disney World. The special announcement was made in front of Aubrey's classmates, during a school assembly. Her parents were also there to share in the joy of the moment.

"We had some rough times and our parents were telling us about Kidd's Kids, so we decided to sign her up for it, and she got chosen," Aubrey's father told NewsFix.

The Kraddick Foundation provides children between the ages of five to 12, who live with chronic, terminal illness, or physical disabilities, to enjoy a memorable adventure.

Have fun at Disney Land, Aubrey!