ROCKINGHAM — On Sunday, Christopher Cline, 18, who was born with cerebral palsy, stepped away from his wheelchair and walked down the aisle with the assistance of his mom, Becky Campbell, throughout the Candy Haven Church’s commencement ceremony together with his twin sister Caroline and different graduates.
“He’s been working so onerous in bodily remedy at First Well being,” Becky mentioned. “We push him fairly onerous. I’ve been speaking to him for a few weeks about ‘The Raider Stroll.’”
Becky and his sister knew he may do it. He knew he may do it.
“He is aware of this can be a particular time, however he understands he simply can’t verbalize,” she mentioned. “As we obtained able to go in, it was onerous to carry again the tears and I didn’t. I simply stored reminding him on the best way down the aisle that he was a robust Raider and to maintain his head up, and he may do it once more, and he did it!”
Becky mentioned he gained’t have the ability to stroll for commencement at Raider Stadium due to the space, however the commencement stroll on the church was an incredible accomplishment.
“He was so comfortable and proud,” she mentioned. “He knew he had achieved one thing enormous.”