Clintonville girl becomes princess thanks to Make-A-Wish Foundation

Make a Wish Clintonville
Make a Wish Clintonville

CLINTONVILLE - The Make-A-Wish Foundation is making a difference in the life of a sick child in our area.

Isabella Lundt, 5, of Clintonville got the wish of a lifetime that many little girls dream of.

She got to become a princess.

Making the wish come true was the work of the Make-A-Wish Foundation of Wisconsin.

Of course princesses ride in horse-drawn carriages. And Isabella rode one through Clintonville.

Everything was princess themed: from her dress to a party filled with royal decorations and cake.

The party is her special send off to Walt Disney World.

Both organizers and family members say seeing the wish unfold, is magical.

"They can forget about the hospitals, the doctors, the needles all the scary stuff they're going through, have a day they don't have to think about any of that stuff." Tammy Weyenberg with Make-A-Wish of Wisconsin.

"More importantly was watching Isabella how she reacted, it was just, to watch her was great," said Isabella's father, Dan Lundt.

Isabella will head to Walt Disney World in Orlando later this month.

There, she will have the chance to meet all of the Disney princesses.