Anyone can vote (www.mobilityawarenessmonth.com) online, once per day, and join the effort to help out Quinton McLean, the 10-year-old son of Hood County Sheriff’s Office deputy Lance McLean. Quinton was born with Alobar Holoprosencephaly and hydrocepalus and has no motor skills to help himself. The top 5 percent of the vote-getters (from the U.S. and most of Canada), as of the final day of voting on May 10, will meet with a panel of judges that will award wheelchair-accessible vehicles to the most worthy applicants. The McLeans do not have such a van to transport Quinton to his medical appointments in Dallas and for other necessary trips.
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