Extreme Home Makeover Stars: Wheelchairs needed for world record attemptMoorhead, Minn. (WDAY TV) - As crews began putting up the walls to the Grommesh home tonight, a message from the stars of the show.
By: WDAY Staff Reports, WDAY
Come this Friday, you have the chance to help set a new record and it has to do with the Grommesh's non-profit called Hope Inc. Eduardo, Paige, and Paul are pleading with anyone who can find a wheelchair and spell.
“Yes sir, we have a big task this week we are looking to break a world's record and we need the communities of Fargo-Moorhead to help us out.
PAIGE HEMMIS: “We are looking for 200 to 300 wheelchairs. People don't need to be in wheelchairs, it can be all of us, but we need people to come out.”
“The idea is we spell out hope and we want to spell out HOPE because that is what this week is all about.”
The world record attempt at spelling "HOPE" with wheelchairs will take place Friday at three at Miracle Field in south Moorhead. To sign up, go to www.impactgiveback.org