When people and the community pull together anything is possible.
Everyone have a great day.
Response has been overwhelming to Marina Tadej and Vaughn Akinin’s wedding. Support worker Vickie will be with them, congratulating them.
With carer Vicky Shuldt. Pics Ian Svegovic
VAUGHN Akinin is a pretty resilient young man, but he “bawled and bawled” when he realised his wedding to the love of his life could go ahead thanks to the generosity of the Macarthur region’s community.
Almost 40 individuals and businesses rushed to offer their services and expertise following a story in last week’s Macarthur Chronicle calling on help for Vaughn and fiancee Marina Tadej to organise their wedding. They both have cerebral palsy and are confined to wheelchairs.
Vaughn, 29, of Campbelltown, and Marina, 30, want to marry on November 17, 2015, but are unable to work and save for their dream wedding.
Northcott support carer Vickie Schuldt stepped in to assist the couple after hearing Vaughn talk about his plans, but…
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