STRONGSVILLE, Ohio — This is sure to make you smile!
"Show Us Something Good" from Tuesday's "What's New" comes from Strongsville.
Meet Noah Basnett. The 9-year-old is a student at Surrarrer Elementary School. is a bright, fun-loving third-grader who loves video games, swimming, and his family.
Noah was recently diagnosed with a type of bone cancer. His treatment will include 28 weeks of chemotherapy, plus surgery and physical therapy.
Noah's classmates decided to cheer him up by giving him his own Halloween drive-by parade. The students all wore their favorite costumes and waved to Noah from their cars.
We're all rooting for you, Noah. There is a GoFundMe available to help ease the financial burden that will accompany Noah's treatment. Click here for more information about how you can help!
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