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Teen Who Cares for Brother Wins a High 5

Teen Who Cares for Brother Wins a High 5



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(KSL News) A teenager in South Jordan is a great example of brotherly love.

Nathan Jackson has spent the past 18 years helping take care of his twin brother, Bradley, who was born with cerebral palsy. His brotherly loved earned him a High 5.

Nathan's aunt, Julie Bodtcher, nominated him.

"I love the way you give up a weekend night so your parents can have a night out. I love that when you did your Eagle project you chose your brother's school so he could be included," she said.

Nathan said, "I'm just excited that I get to have him as a brother. It's a little bit different. It's hard at times, but you know..."

Nathan received a gift basket from the Thanksgiving Point Emporium and a High 5 from our Coco Warner.

You can send your nominations to the link on this page.

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