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Midmorning With Aundrea - April 27, 2018

one woman finds inspiration in sharing her love of horses. her story is just ahead. every dollar counts. we'll tell you why. and, wrap it up. a chef in training makes dinner in a foil packet. mid morning starts now. ? a project years in the making, aiming to help kids and adults with disabilities is becoming a reality. sunshine stables, a non- profit horse therapeutic arena is set to open soon, but they still need your help. executive director anna brown is with us this morning along with her husband daniel brown, to talk about sunshine stables. anna, it's a project dear to you and i'm a little partial. our golden triangle leadership class is joining in with you. i was out there earlier this week and you walked me through the grounds. let's take a look. you. i was out there earlier this week and you walked is joining in with you. i was out there earlier this week and you walked me through the grounds. let's take a look. nats of wind. the wind in this field is whistling up a dream. a dream that anna brown has had since she was 15. sunshine stables will be a horse therapeutic arena designed to help those with disabilities.

"i love horses. i love how they've impacted my life and i want to share that with others. i want it to be a place they feel they belong or something they can feel they're truly good at." brown is a path certified horse therapeutic riding instructor. her sidekick, shug, fell in love with our cameras. nats.."shug is just what you want in a therapy horse. he's curious, but he's not like too brave." volunteering with therapeutic horses, brown says she found her calling. brown has worked with one student for two years who has a fluency disorder, or stutters when speaking. but when he's on the horse, brown says that changes.

"i've seen places where he needed to redirect his speech, but when he's on the back of a horse, doing an activity, he seems to be more fluent." the rhythm of the horses steps, brown says mimics the rhythm of speech. and the rhythm of how we walk.

"from a therapeutic stand point, a horses gate is as close to a human walking gate as anything else." in the coming months, these markers show where the arena is set to be built. but now they need your help. a go- fund me page is set up to raise money to help buy panels for the arena. brown says having this type of facility in the golden triangle will not only strengthen lives, but change them.

"we want people to leave here, being illuminated, rejuvenate and ready to go. tackle whatever task is in front of them. a lot of those are tasks you and i won't ever have to face. we want the clients to leave here feeling stronger and excited." ad-lib? talk to them about one in caledonia, and msu. sunshine stables also has a facebook page to learn more. if you'd like to donate, we'll have a link over on our website at wcbi dot com. to learn more. if you'd like to donate, we'll have a link over on our website at wcbi dot com. if you'd like to donate, we'll have a link over on our website at wcbi dot com. ts not all about helping peop le with disabilities its also about getting poeple to volunteer it gives people the chance to interact with their peers may resturants have helped we need help donate, we'll have a link over on our website at wcbi dot com. just ahead, a look at how friendship nurtures and sustains - no matter the age. mid morning will be right back. here's a story we've shared before. it brings the true meaning of friendship. 9-year-old lila usry of west point was diagnosed with aute myeloid leukemia around thanksgiving. when she first began her treatment, her biggest fear was losing her hair. but, her best friend helped her through her biggest fear. grab a tissue. nats...

"i'm shaving my head for my best friend lila. it's been a friendship six years in the making.11-year-old willa greenan and lila live across the street from one another.

"she's my best friend in the whole world." mid november, the word cancer came in to play.

"it was very devastating, shocking you know we weren't expecting that at all." from teaching lila how to ride a bike, setting up lemonade stands, and even being lila's personal tooth fairy...

"every time she gets a loose tooth she'd run and say willa have loose i need you to come pull it. i would tell her i'm just going to wiggle it but sometimes it'd just fall out cause it was so loose." the two are inseparable. after learning her best friend was about to embark on a scary journey..she wanted lila to know she'd be right beside her, just as she always has been. nats of the facetime call.

"i wasn't worried about it because i knew it'd help lila. it'd make her feel better about losing her hair." in the facetime video you can see lila's face light up as her best friend takes on buzzing her hair with her.

"it's a very selfless thing to do, especially for that age. her hair with her.

"it's a very selfless thing to do, especially for that age. with each clip willa says she thought of lila. be brave lila s circling social media and she has a whole city fighting with her.

"the whole town is praying, there's been prayer circles,it's just been great." so far lila has had 10 days of straight chemo and is expected to have another eight days in the coming weeks. willa is just ready for her best friend back.

"i can't wait until she gets home and things get back to normal." lila is starting round 4 of chemo treatment. her moms says this round is four times stronger than lila's previous rounds. several fundraisers are happening to help the family out. on social media people are using the hashtag be brave lila. her mom says that they're grateful for all the continued prayers. when we return, an honor that has been a long time coming. that story just ahead on mid morning. and now to the story of an american hero. a 37-year army veteran is honored for his service to our country. the best part: it was all a surprise with friends, family and a special gift from the mississippi state guard. those who know chief warrant officer robert starr say he's always got something to say. but as starr held back tears from a huge honor, he was left speechless.

"all i could say is, it felt lie home again. i felt like i was back in the service." emotions filled chief warrant officer 4 robert starr as he saw members of the mississippi state guard outside his lowndes county home. there to greet a fellow veteran and repay a debt from years gone by.

"all choked up. cause many days i've saluted that flag, carried it in parades and i proudly carry it." for 37 years starr courageously served in the united states army, serving in world war ii, the korean war and in vietnam.

"he was part of the group that was going to invade japan." after coming home from vietnam, starr went on with life. there were no parades or banners, like we see today. command sgt major robert minteer says today was the homecoming, starr never got.

"anybody that's served 37 years for the defense of his country, and not be welcomed home from vietnam,which a lot of us didn't , it was a great honor to present the flag of the united states for his service." the flag is more than a precious gift. as one waves in starr's front yard, he says it's something he'll always stand for.

"i learned to love it and defend it. that's what we did when we went to war." starr's wife of nearly 70 years stood by his side through each deployment. though it had it's challenges, cathrine starr says she is honored to be his wife and supports him to this day.

"he loved the military and he'd go back today if he could." at 95, this caledonia veteran shows nothing but true love for his country and american heroism.

"if i could go back today and was able, i would volunteer again. i volunteered for all three wars. though he's unable to serve, starr found the strength to rise up and give a salute with other service members. his wife says she doesn't have any idea how this was kept a secret. their children came from west virginia, arizona and ohio to be here. one six year old boy from new hope has been on a mission to raise money for those affected by hurricane harvey. he was paid an allowance for household chores and helping out his neighbors. instead of cashing it in the piggy bank, he sent it to houston. meet six year old carson benge. he's your average kid who works on homework every night, and enjoys catching the football with his two other brothers. he may be a little man...but lately he's been on a big mission.

"to help texas." carson's mom, erin benge says it started after he saw images online of the devastation from left from hurricane harvey. he came home from school and told his mom he wanted to do something to help.

"his exact words to me were he wanted to save texas." the family sat down and discussed ideas. knowing it was a big project for a little man, they decided to focus on working to help one family. so carson got to work doing chores around the house and his neighborhood.

"like pick up toilet paper, cut down a tree and put out the garbage cans." in six days..little carson raised over one hundred dollars. money that went straight to houston.

"to a six year old, that's like over a million dollars." "some people don't have houses and food so they have to got to the store to get stuff to replace their stuff." carson also wrote a personalized letter to whoever was getting the money, wishing them well. family members heading houston dropped off the envelop of money and the note at north orange baptist church. the cash is helping two families there. benge says she couldn't be more proud of her little boy.

"the fact that he came up with this all on his own, then asked me to reach out, not to family because we don't have a lot of family here, but friends that can help him obtain his goal." with the mission complete, in the grand scheme of things benge says this sends the message that you're never too small or too young to make a difference.

"the message he's sending to children his age is just amazing. not only can they do something if they set their mind to it but hard word does pay off ." what?s in the foil packet? a tasty surprise for your entire family just ahead on mid morning. serious chefs are in the kitchen at the muw culinary institute. this morning, chef in training terrie whitehead shares a recipe for ramen shrimp pouch. ramen shrimp pouch student - terrie whitehead by: alton brown serves 4 2 packages of ramen noodles terrie whitehead by: alton brown serves 4 2 packages of ramen noodles ? cup of mushrooms 20 large raw shrimp, peeled terrie whitehead by: alton brown serves 4 2 packages of ramen noodles ? cup of mushrooms 20 large raw shrimp, peeled and deveined ? cup finely chopped onions ? cup sliced scallions ? tsp red pepper flakes ? tsp kosher salt 1 quart vegetable broth ? cup mirin or rice wine vinegar ? cup soy sauce 4 tsp sesame oil 1. preheat oven to 400 degrees f. 2. divide ramen noodles evenly in the center of each of the 4 pieces of aluminum foil. 3. stack the following ingredients on top of the noodles, in this order: mushrooms, shrimp, onions, scallions, red pepper flakes, and salt. 4. pull sides and corners of pouch up to form a basket shape leaving an opening at the top to pour in liquid 5. in small bowl, combine the vegetable broth, mirin, soy sauce, and sesame oil. distribute liquid evenly among packs. 6. press foil together, leaving a small opening to allow steam to escape. 7. place on cookies sheet and bake in oven for 15 minutes 8. serve immediately brown, alton.

"ramen shrimp pouch". food network: www.foodnetwork.com/recipe s/alton- brown/ramen-shrimp-pouch- recipe-1914393 serious chefs are in the kitchen at the muw culinary institute. this morning, chef in training terrie whitehead shares a recipe for ramen shrimp pouch. ramen shrimp pouch student - terrie whitehead by: alton brown serves 4 2 packages of ramen noodles ? cup of mushrooms 20 large raw shrimp, peeled and deveined ? cup finely chopped onions ? cup sliced scallions ? tsp red pepper flakes ? tsp kosher salt 1 quart vegetable broth ? cup mirin or rice wine vinegar ? cup soy sauce 4 tsp sesame oil 1. preheat oven to 400 degrees f. 2 packages of ramen noodles ? cup of mushrooms 20 large raw shrimp, peeled and deveined ? cup finely chopped onions ? cup sliced scallions ? tsp red pepper flakes ? tsp kosher salt 1 quart vegetable broth ? cup mirin or rice wine vinegar ? cup soy sauce 4 tsp sesame oil 1. preheat oven to 400 degrees f. 2. divide ramen noodles evenly in the center of each of the 4 pieces of aluminum foil. 3. stack the following ingredients on top of the noodles, in this order: mushrooms, shrimp, onions, scallions, red pepper flakes, and salt. 4. pull sides and corners of pouch up to form a basket shape leaving an opening at the top to pour in liquid and salt. 4. pull sides and corners of pouch up to form a basket shape leaving an opening at pouch up to form a basket shape leaving an opening at pouch up to form a basket shape leaving an opening at the top to pour in liquid 5. in small bowl, combine the 4. pull sides and corners of pouch up to form a basket shape leaving an opening at the top to pour in liquid 5. in small bowl, combine the vegetable broth, mirin, soy sauce, and sesame oil. distribute liquid evenly among packs. 6. press foil together, leaving a small opening to allow steam to escape. 7. place on cookies sheet and bake in oven for 15 minutes 8. serve immediately bake in oven for 15 minutes 8. serve immediately bake in oven for 15 minutes 8. serve immediately brown, alton.

"ramen shrimp pouch". food network: www.foodnetwork.com/recipe pouch". food network: www.foodnetwork.com/recipe pouch". food network: 8. serve immediately brown, alton.

"ramen shrimp pouch". food network: www.foodnetwork.com/recipe s/alton- bake in oven for 15 minutes 8. serve immediately brown, alton.

"ramen shrimp pouch". food network: www.foodnetwork.com/recipe s/alton- brown/ramen-shrimp-pouch- recipe-1914393 we'll be right back to wrap things thanks for joining us. and remember, you can always stay in touch through the mid morning facebook page or follow us on twitter. have a great morning.




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