Frat House Writes Name of 12-yo Girl w/ Cancer in Christmas Lights...

Frat House Writes Name of 12-yo Girl w/ Cancer in Christmas Lights –Watch

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A 12-year-old cancer patient has become the sweetheart of a California fraternity.

Lexi Brown posted a sign in her hospital room window asking for a pizza delivery. The Sigma Alpha Epsilon (SAE) fraternity house was directly across the street and the brothers decided to serve up more than just pizza.

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The University of California–Los Angeles chapter showed up in her hospital room with red roses and a guitar and serenaded the young girl. They also began visiting to play card games, which helped her pass the time.

To remind her of their caring, they wrote it in Christmas bulbs: They spelled her name in lights on the frat house roof, so she sees “Lexi” in bright yellow whenever she looked  out the window at night.

“I thought it was really cool,” the girl told WCBS News.

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Lexi went home from the hospital, but the brothers of SAE promise to keep her name burning brightly all through the holiday season– a seasonal display of the fraternity’s stated goal to “always be gentlemen.”

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