Make-A-Wish grants child a game room the size of a small house

RAPID CITY, S.D. – Judson Two Crow is a 9-year-old who loves playing video games.

For the most part, he’s just like most children, but he was born with an oversized heart. In his short 9 years, he has undergone 4 heart surgeries with the possibility of more in the future.

On Friday, the Make-A-Wish Foundation granted him his wish. His wish was to get a customized game room and what he got was a small game house.

The game house is Fortnite themed, which is his favorite game. Inside there’s a television, a virtual reality set, a PlayStation 4 and a lot more. It also came equipped with a couch, a mini-fridge, and cooling and heating systems.

Coming from a large family, Make-A-Wish thought it was important that Judson had his own space where he could just be a kid.

The medical term for Judson’s condition is cardiomyopathy. Doctors hope that as he grows his heart will stay the same size. If that happens, his heart will likely be the right size for his body, if not he will need more surgeries.

“He has been in and out of the hospital his whole life. He’s just a really tough little guy and it doesn’t get him down or bother him. He is a very special boy and he deserves every bit of this,” said his father, Jeren Two Crow.

The game house was made possible by several local organizations and volunteers. All who donated either time, labor, or decorations for Judson’s wish.

All who donated were:

Builders FirstSource

Scull Construction

All Seasons Heating and Cooling

Beatty Electric

Simpsons Printing

Altimate Flooring

Sherwin- Williams

Upper deck Architects, Inc.

5th & Main Furniture



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