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    Dykota Cornforth, 16, center, sits with his friends Mike Spaulding, 18, left, and Jeff Bearor, 18, right, during the Green Day MDA fundraiser assembly at Madison High School on Friday. The school community gathered for an assembly in which they donated $15,325 to the MDA of Maine for awareness and research into muscular dystrophy, which affects Dykota Cornforth.

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    Madison High School sophomore Dykota Cornforth, 16, enters the gym in his wheelchair with his friends Mike Spaulding center, and Jeff Bearor, 17, right, during a school-wide assembly to raise awareness on Muscular Dystrophy in Madison on Friday. The school community gathered in green, the color for fighting MD, for an assembly in which they donated $15,325 to the MDA of Maine for awareness and research into muscular dystrophy, which affects Dykota Cornforth.

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    Staff photo by Michael G. Seamans Nycki Bonito center, wipes tears from her eye during an assembly honoring her son Dykota Cornforth, 16, who has a rare form of muscular dystrophy during and MD fundraising and awareness assembly at Madison High School on Friday. The school community gathered for an assembly in which they donated $15,325 to the MDA of Maine for awareness and research which affects Dykota Cornforth.

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    Nycki Bonito, left, celebrates with Amber Pelletier, the healthcare service coordinator for the MDA of Maine, after receiving a $2,000 gift during the Green Day MDA awareness and fundraising assembly at Madison High School on Friday. The school community gathered for an assembly in which they donated $15,325 to the MDA of Maine for awareness and research into the disease, which affects Dykota Cornforth.

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    Amber Pelletier, right, hugs Dykota Cornforth, as his mother Nycki Bonito, left, stands by during a muscular dystrophy awareness and fundraising assembly on Friday. The school community gathered for an assembly in which they donated $15,325 to the MDA of Maine for awareness and research which affects Dykota Cornforth.

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    Nycki Bonito, left facing, receives a hug from a supporter, as her son, Dykota Cornforth, 16, back center, receives attention from friends after a muscular dystrophy awareness assembly at Madison High School on Friday. The school community gathered for an assembly in which they donated $15,325 to the MDA of Maine for awareness and research which affects Dykota Cornforth.

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    Dykota Cornforth, 16, sits during a muscular dystrophy awareness and fundraising assembly at Madison High School on Friday. The school community gathered for an assembly in which they donated $15,325 to the MDA of Maine for awareness and research which affects Dykota Cornforth.

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    Madison High School Athletic Director, Chris LeBlanc, right, gets a hug and a thanks from Nycki Bonito, mother of Dykota Cornforth, 16, back left, during a muscular dystrophy awareness and fundraising assembly at Madison High School on Friday. The school community gathered for an assembly in which they donated $15,325 to the MDA of Maine for awareness and research which affects Dykota Cornforth.

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    Nycki Bonito, left facing, receives a hug from a supporter, as her son, Dykota Cornforth, 16, back center, receives attention from friends after a muscular dystrophy awareness assembly at Madison High School on Friday. The school community gathered for an assembly in which they donated $15,325 to the MDA of Maine for awareness and research which affects Dykota Cornforth.

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    Madison High School student athletes participate in an MDA ice bucket challenge at Madison High School on Friday. The school community gathered for an assembly in which they donated $15,325 to the MDA of Maine for awareness and research in to muscular dystrophy, which affects Dykota Cornforth.

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