Riverton High School in Riverton, Utah had crowned Kendra Muller their junior prom queen on Saturday. What’s so special about this? Well Kendra was in an accident 3 years ago and is paralyzed from the waist down. She’s confined to a wheelchair, and her fellow peers cared so much about her that they made her the prom queen. But wait, it gets better. The students also voted Amanda Belnap, a special needs student, as the first attendant.
After the prom was over, things got even more interesting. When school resumed, Kendra came into Amanda’s class, and in front of all her classmates presented her with the prom queen sash, tiara, and title. This made Amanda so happy and she has been wearing and the sash and tiara at school since then. What’s more amazing about this generous act is that these two beautiful individuals never crossed paths before that junior prom, and since then have touched the lives of many with their story.
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Stories about selfless, caring young people are a refreshing change from we usually see in the news. This really is heartwarming.