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A 5-year-old boy went to his adoption hearing. His kindergarten classmates came to cheer him on.

Seattle Times Friday, 6 December 2019
A class of kindergartners in Michigan made a unique field trip Thursday to witness a classmate’s adoption. Students from Wealthy Elementary School in Grand Rapids ventured to a Kent County courtroom to support their classmate, Michael Clark Jr., and his acceptance into his forever home. The children squirmed on the wooden benches with curiosity and […]
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A young boy invited his entire class to his adoption hearing.

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