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Community builds smiles for young boy

7:14 PM, May 12, 2013
Dan Deitz of Dan Deitz Building and Construction, cuts lumber for a wheelchair ramp for Jaeden Piller, 10, of Wisconsin Rapids.
Dan Deitz of Dan Deitz Building and Construction, cuts lumber for a wheelchair ramp for Jaeden Piller, 10, of Wisconsin Rapids.
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Start Your Week with Kindness is a Daily Tribune Media feature that highlights the kind deeds of people in the community.

A Wisconsin Rapids boy will be able to get around his home better, thanks to joint efforts of the community.

Jaeden Piller, 10, a fifth-grade student at Woodside Elementary School, has cerebral palsy and uses a wheelchair. Family and friends held a fundraiser Feb. 16 to get Jaeden an electric wheelchair. Jaeden needs a special chair that tilts - and costs about $14,000, said his mother, Stacey Piller. ...

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