Here’s what happened this week to make you smile

Here’s what happened this week to make you smile
Madison Martin, 9, underwent cancer treatment and is now raising money to help other childhood cancer patients. (Source: NBC12)

RICHMOND, Va. (WWBT) - The extremely hot weekend is coming to an end! Although warm temperatures left many people drained, there was plenty of things to smile about this week.

World Series donation

Walmart is donating $10,000 to a Henrico softball team to help them get to the World Series.

The 12U Glen Allen Youth Athletic Association softball team advanced to the World Series after becoming state champions on July 7. The 2019 Babe Ruth Softball World Series will be held in Jensen Beach, Florida from July 25 through Aug. 3.

Click here to help the team make it to Florida!

12U Softball Team headed to World Series

Stolen bike found

Keoni Tyler is a 9-year-old girl from Henrico runs her own business, Lemonade Love.

However, Tyler wasn’t feeling the love when someone stole the bicycle attached to her lemonade stand. Her mother took to Facebook to explained what happened, and her post garnered nearly 300 shares.

Luckily, the abandoned bike was found by a neighbor at a nearby business.

You can follow Lemonade Love on Instagram @ilovelemonadelove.

Bike found after being stolen from 9-year-old's lemonade stand

Senior savior

The Henrico woman runs errands for seniors living in her apartment complex - all while caring for her own disabled mother.

Henrico woman cares for senior citizens

Halloween inclusion

There are currently three costumes available at this time, including a princess, unicorn and pirate costume.

The full collection is set to be released in August. The retailer says the wheelchair covers will fit a variety of wheelchair sizes.

According to Target’s website, the full princess carriage and pirate ship collection are set to be released on Aug. 22.
According to Target’s website, the full princess carriage and pirate ship collection are set to be released on Aug. 22. (Source: Target)

Cancer survivor gives back

Madison Martin is a 9-year-old cancer survivor who is committed to giving back to the hospital that helped her beat her rare form of cancer.

Martin is partnering with the Children’s Hospital of Richmond at VCU to host an Anthem LemonAid stand to raise money.

Now, one cup at a time, Madison and her family are hoping to support the hospital that has helped her with a LemonAid stand.

Girl raises money for hospital

Forecast

One more day of temperatures in the mid to upper 90s on Monday will end with a chance for strong to severe storms Monday evening.

Final day of extreme heat Monday ends with a severe storm risk

Final thought

“No one can make you feel inferior without your consent.” - Eleanor Roosevelt

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