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    Binaca MacDonald hugs her son Kyan Wednesday in the doorway of a cabin built for Kyan as a wish granted by the Make-A-Wish Foundation of Maine.

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    Kyan MacDonald, center, 13 of Bridgton, looks up Wednesday at the sign on the new cabin built by Make-A-Wish volunteers. The sign reads "Kyan's Kabin."

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    Kyan MacDonald, 1,3 of Bridgton, peeks out the window Wednesday from the cabin built for him as a surprise from the Make-A-Wish Foundation.

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    Pat Sirois, left, and Brendell Martin load the tiny home built with sustainable Maine wood products at the Sirois home in Litchfield on Monday for transport to a Make-A-Wish recipient. Martin works for Hill View Mini Barns, which delivered the finished product.

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    Pat Sirois prepares to load the tiny home that his group, the Sustainable Forestry Initiative, built for a recipient of the Make-A-Wish foundation at his Litchfield home on Monday. Forestry companies and mills across Maine provided wood and lumber for Sirois to assemble the home.

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    The interior of the tiny home built for a Make-A-Wish recipient on Monday at Pat Sirois' home in Litchfield. Members of the Sustainable Forestry Initiative in Maine contributed material for Sirois to assemble the home.

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    Pat Sirois joins wood to clamp the interior of the tiny home built for a recipient of a Make-A-Wish on Monday at his home in Litchfield. His brother-in-law, John Gaudet, left, and Brendell Martin helped secure the home for transport to the recipient. Members of the group Sirois directs, the Sustainable Forestry Initiative of Maine, contributed all the materials to assemble the home.

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    Pat Sirois removes a sign Monday from the tiny home built with sustainable Maine wood products at his home in Litchfield as Brendell Martin prepares to load the home onto a trailer for a Make-A-Wish recipient.

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    Gallery: Tiny house for Make-A-Wish - Photo by Jessica Lowell | of | Share this photo

    Kyan MacDonald, 13, got to see his new clubhouse for the first time on Wednesday as part of the Make-A-Wish Foundation's efforts to help make dreams come true for children with life threatening illnesses.

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