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Hundreds attend 10 year old girl's birthday party after all her classmates refused to come

Mackenzie Moretter (right), who has a rare genetic disorder called Sotos Syndrome that has delayed her development, which makes it hard for her to socialize, told her parents she wanted a 'big-girl party' for her 10th birthday. This meant inviting friends, so her parents sent out invitations to several of her fourth grade classmates but all but a neighbour and cousin had cancelled or did not RSVP. Meaning, only two people agreed to come so her mum took a different approach that brought 700 kindhearted people to Mackenzie's party and gave her a birthday party that she will never forget.

Her mum went on Facebook and posted in a few local groups asking families with girls around Mackenzie's age to stop by their Shakopee home on Saturday - and the response was overwhelming. More than 700 people joined the Facebook event for the birthday party.

And yesterday Saturday April 18th, hundreds of people flocked to a park in Shakopee, Minnesota to MacKenzie's birthday party and gave her a celebration she'll never forget. 
Her Mom said she thought she'd get a few people to wish her daughter a happy birthday but was overwhelmed with the turn out. MacKenzie's Dad - Matt Moretter was speechless and grateful for the turn out.
People came with gifts, food, chairs and even a banner that read, 'Happy Birthday Mackenzie' to be hung from the sheltered area in the park. Local companies donated food and even a woman dressed as Elsa from Frozen showed up to celebrate. 
The Mayor of the city declared April 18th 2015 as Mackenzie Moretter day. Amazing story. This is what people should do for other people, not Xenophobia. See the photos below...

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