Girl Who is Blind, and has Cerebral Palsy Crowned Homecoming Queen

Girl Who is Blind, and has Cerebral Palsy Crowned Homecoming Queen

By Ali Stewart

Homecoming is fun, its stressful and for many girls, its all about the crown.

Well for one school it was about the love of one another and giving the memory of a lifetime for one special young lady.

“The 2015 Homecoming Queen is Miss Madison Tyree (screams)”

Those are the words that rang out at Jeff Davis County High School.

It was standing room only and a standing ovation for Madison Tyree after she won Jeff Davis County High School’s Homecoming Queen title.

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