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  • Three-level tree house makes Tyler Jacobs' wish come true

    Tyler Jacobs toured his new treehouse on Wednesday in Kingsville, Mo. Make-a-Wish Missouri, with help from area construction companies, built an elaborate tree house for the 12-year boy who has CHARGE syndrome.

Tyler Jacobs toured his new treehouse on Wednesday in Kingsville, Mo. Make-a-Wish Missouri, with help from area construction companies, built an elaborate tree house for the 12-year boy who has CHARGE syndrome. Allison Long along@kcstar.com
Tyler Jacobs toured his new treehouse on Wednesday in Kingsville, Mo. Make-a-Wish Missouri, with help from area construction companies, built an elaborate tree house for the 12-year boy who has CHARGE syndrome. Allison Long along@kcstar.com

Three-level tree house brings smile to boy with rare syndrome

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