Little Girl’s Generosity Recognized at Commissioners’ Meeting

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SCRANTON, Pa. -- A 10-year-old girl from Dunmore was recognized for her generosity.

Madison Lutz held a stuffed animal sale and two lemonade stands to raise money for the Ronald McDonald House of Scranton, an organization that provides a housing for parents of children in the hospital.

Madison's concern for others caught the attention of Lackawanna County commissioners when she said that if she had a million dollars, she'd give it all to the Ronald McDonald House.

"I felt really happy inside they recognized me for what I thought and that other kids probably wouldn't have said that," Lutz said.

To help her cause, Lackawanna County commissioners gave Madison $200 on Wednesday.

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