April 23, 2014 | Volume 101 / Number 17

Fairy Magic Comes To Glasgow

To A Special Little Girl, Kasey Seyfert Is Much More Than A Tough Scottie Wrestler

The magic of childhood is a little short lived at times. Luckily good deeds can sometimes make the magic last a little bit longer. One lucky girl got a note that will make her believe in fairies for just a little bit longer.

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Kasey Seyfert, an up and coming GHS wrestler, means an awful lot to this little girl, Avery Anderson. Because of him, she believes in the magic of fairies more than ever.

Avery Anderson is an autistic 10-year old girl who was struggling with a big change. Her family moved away from Glasgow last week. Change can be hard for all of us, but for those who suffer from autism, change can be extremely difficult. Lynn Anderson explained that her daughter, Avery, was worried about the Glasgow fairies left behind would be lost to her forever.


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