In the heart of Germantown, Maryland, Jeremy King faced a unique challenge as a proud dad due to mobility issues post-brain tumor surgery. Determined to share walks with his baby, Jeremy and his wife, Chelsie, enlisted the help of students from Bullis School.
Chelsie, a dedicated teacher, collaborated with Mr. Zigler, known for his commitment to impactful projects. The students embarked on a mission, using a borrowed wheelchair and employing 3D printing wizardry. Their frequent trips to Home Depot were a testament to their dedication, even stress-testing their creation with cinder blocks to ensure utmost baby safety.
The result? Meet “WheeStroll,” two innovative wheelchair attachments that not only fulfilled Jeremy’s desire to stroll with his son but also earned the students international recognition with two prestigious awards.
This heartwarming story encapsulates the spirit of creativity and compassion and the profound impact young minds can have.
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