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Make-A-Wish Connecticut Works To Grant More Wishes

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Make-A-Wish in Connecticut reached a special milestone at Rentschler Field on Sunday.

The Wishes on Wheels program celebrated 15 years and $1 million in fundraising at a special convoy in East Hartford.

"Make a wish is completely privately funded, so it's evnts like this that keep us going every year," said Michael Dominick of the Connecticut chapter of Make-A-Wish.

On average each wish costs more than $10,000, according to the organization. So far this year the chapter has make 184 wishes come true.

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