A program that takes viewers "up close" with the people who make Meridian Township a Prime Community.
Natalie Hool's son died when he was 6 years old in 2005 of an affliction he was born with. Natalie and her husband, under incredible perseverance, formed Max's Foundation named after their son. Since that time, they've raised over $100,000 to help children in need of medical assistance to get things they need like rides to doctor's appointments. While this year is the last year they will coordinate Max's race, the run that raises money to help kids, the run will continue through the Davies Project and along with it, Max's legacy. Natalie shares her story with HOMTV's Deborah Guthrie in this Meridian Up Close interview and her perseverance to keep on moving when a child is lost.