The most famous artist in the town of Lincolnton, North Carolina, is a 10-year-old boy named Haden Davis.
Over the past few months, Haden has sold 100 works of art to friends and neighbors from his front yard. He's doing it for his brother, who suffers from a rare nerve condition.
Haden spends the day in front of his house drawing and coloring pictures and sells each one for a dollar.
Their mom, Cynthia Davis, says, "Haden and Max are inseparable now. Haden’s idea is to just give him more and more and just make every moment the best it could possibly be." She says the art is also therapeutic for Haden, who has autism.
Haden doesn't think too much about what he's doing. He says, "I just want him to be happy. If he’s happy, I’m happy."
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Hockey Team Presents Soldier With A K9 Service Dog
For Military Appreciation Night, the Dallas Stars hockey team honored an U.S. Army Special Forces Green Beret with a service dog.
They treated the entire crowd to an incredible spectacle. A former Navy Seal rappelled from the ceiling with Patty the service dog attached to his chest.
Cary Flatt was grateful to receive his K9 companion as a gift. And on top of it all, the Dallas Stars ended up winning the game, beating the San Jose Sharks 1-0.