First Lady Melania Trump hosted an event at the White House yesterday to celebrate the one year anniversary of her “Be Best” campaign that aims to help children all over the world.
Part of the celebration included inviting a Farmington, MN high school robotics team to be recognized for building a customized wheelchair to help a local boy be more mobile.
“This is truly what it means to be best. Thank you for what you have done to change the little boy’s life.”
Rocco is loving his new ride! Isn’t he just a stud? We had the greatest time at the White House today and it was definitely an experience we will never forget! #BeBest #FLOTUS #morethanrobots pic.twitter.com/CQrT5mkB7c
— Rogue Robotics 2987 (@rogue_robotics) May 7, 2019
The four high school students and their coach presented Rocco Zachow-Rodriguez, 5, with the wheelchair on the White House lawn.
Rocco, who was born with a rare form of dwarfism, struggles with mobility issues and this state of the art wheelchair will help him live a more active and normal life.
Right after receiving the wheelchair, Melania Trump leaned over to Rocco and said “aren’t you just a handsome little boy!”
Rocco loved the chair so much that his parents had a hard time getting him out of it so that the family could travel home.
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