An Anderson Township girl, dealing with a life-threatening illness, got the chance to make her TV dreams come true thanks to Make-A-Wish®.
Trisha Puthenpurackal, 10, loves the PBS KIDS series show 'CyberChase' and was able to be part of the production process when she was invited to the animation studio.
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Make-A-Wish® flew Trisha and her family to Ottawa, California where she was able to direct and produce an episode named 'Parks and Recreation.'
Trisha also had the opportunity to bring an episode of 'Cyberchase' to life as she helped design and voice her very own character, Oona, according to a representative.
The studio created a video showcasing Trisha's time in production with a behind-the-scenes look of the process.
The special episode of the show aired Sunday at 11:30 a.m.
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