3 Connecticut boys head to the Super Bowl thanks to Make-A-Wish

Make-A-Wish is making Christopher, Nicolas and Conner's dreams come true by sending them and their families to Los Angeles for a Super Bowl weekend experience.

News 12 Staff

Feb 10, 2022, 10:28 PM

Updated 832 days ago

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Three Connecticut boys who have been dealing with life threatening illnesses are getting the opportunity of a lifetime thanks to Make-A-Wish Connecticut.
Make-A-Wish is making Christopher, Nicolas and Conner's dreams come true by sending them and their families to Los Angeles for a Super Bowl weekend experience.
"Today we're going to the NFL honors. Then we're going to the Super Bowl experience. Saturday we're going to Universal and Sunday's the game," said Christopher.
Christopher, from Norwalk, has suffered with congenital heart disease, Nicolas, of Trumbull, has battled leukemia and Conner, from Ridgefield, has a neuromuscular disorder.
The boys arrived in Los Angeles Thursday and will return home on Monday.
Make-A-Wish and the NFL worked together to make this possible.
In 40 years, more than 300 wishes have been granted at the Super Bowl.
The game is Sunday between the Cincinnati Bengals and the Los Angeles Rams.


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