Rodney Smith Jr., Alabama’s lawn mowing man, raising awareness on childhood cancer
HUNTSVILLE, Ala. (WAFF) - An iconic Huntsville man is shining a light on childhood cancer in American. An estimated 15,780 children in the U.S. children aged 0-19 are diagnosed with cancer, according to America Childhood Cancer Organization.
Rodney Smith Jr. has been a positive light throughout the community for years, after legally moving to the U.S. from Bermuda. Smith said he will mow the lawn of one family who has a child experiencing childhood cancer in each state.
“After mowing I will interview the family about their child and the form of cancer they have,” said Smith.
He desires to bring awareness to the different types of cancers affecting children.
I will mow for 1 family who has a child experiencing childhood cancer in each state . After mowing I will interview the family about their child & the form of cancer they have. The goal is to bring more awareness to the different kinds of cancers affecting kids . pic.twitter.com/5Y4jZGYCNf— Rodney Smith Jr (@iamrodneysmith) April 9, 2021
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