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Disney World And Union Reach Contract Agreement: Associated Press Business News - Msn Money

Make-A-Wish Foundation to send West Norriton boy to Disney World - Montgomery Life - Montgomery News

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They were greeted by a very excited family and a very surprised boy named Joshua. Joshua Carlton Mister Jr. is 12 years old and has cerebral palsy. His wish is to take a trip to Disney World. Michelle Reider from Make-A-Wish Foundation came to the home to help the family fill out the paperwork and find out a little more about Joshuas favorite things. The family will travel to Florida and stay at Give Kids the World, a nonprofit resort that caters to children with life-threatening illnesses. Theyll stay in a condo or townhouse, which will give them more room than a typical hotel room. Staff will be available to help them with Joshuas medical condition. The Hume-Mister family will stay for seven days and will have the opportunity to visit theme parks like Epcot, Animal Kingdom, Disney and Universal Studios.
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Other options available at the trading post include cupcakes featuring those royal sisters Anna and Elsa. You can really keep cool with a Frozen blue raspberry slush as well. Make sure you time your visit to the winter wonderland for the live skating show as well. And, both inside the sound stage, and at the entrance is some fun for the technically-minded. By downloading the free Aurasma application to your phone or tablet, you can be in a photo with characters from the movie. It is a bit complicated, you need to stand in the correct space to get it to work, but your photo subject will suddenly have a reindeer or Olaf, the snow man in your photo, thanks to a little app magic. If you cant get it to work, that isnt a problem either. Disney cast members are nearby, providing some expertise for perfect photos. Back outside, the reality of summer in July may come as a sudden jolt, but the heat is worthwhile for Frozen fans at Annas & Elsas Royal Welcome parade. Each day at 11 a.m., Anna and Elsa, riding in a horse-drawn sleigh, travel in a royal procession down Hollywood Boulevard. Rugged mountain man Kristoff is there well, joined by a flurry of skaters, skiers and ice cutters, all dressed in their Arendelle best. And yes, it even snows in July during the parade. You can cool off again though at For The First Time in Forever: A Frozen Sing-Along Celebration. Inside the parks Premiere Theater, Princess Anna and Queen Elsa join the Royal Historians of Arendelle a retelling of the history of their kingdom, and all of just under 30-minutes.
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