STAMPING GROUND, Ky. (LEX 18) — It was a special day for a 13-year-old Scott County boy who was diagnosed with Ewing Sarcoma in 2018.
'Make-A-Wish' visited his house in Stamping Ground and dropped off items he picked out during his shopping spree.
"I got some pairs of shoes. I got a pickleball net. I think I got a desk and some other stuff," said Levi Delimpo.
Delimpo is now cancer-free after undergoing surgery to remove his right femur and part of his hip as well as several months of chemotherapy.
Delimpo was diagnosed with a rare form of bone cancer back in February of 2018. He's been cancer-free since 2019, but he still gets regular check-ups.
His mother, Tami, says her son is always thinking of others, especially his family. Since GameStop already gifted him an X-box series X about a month ago, he wanted to use some of his gift money to do something nice for his mom and little brother too.
"Levi has such a big big heart when he found out that his Make-A-Wish was going to be a shopping spree because of COVID he told me and my other son that he wanted us to get a pair of shoes too because he wanted us to have something nice. That's just the type of kid he is," said Tami Delimpo.
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