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SteffensMichelsAt Laingsburg High School, in Michigan, marching band member Rachael Steffens gave up playing clarinet in the band for her senior year to help bandmate Autumn Michels. When Autumn was 4, she was diagnosed with a brain tumor. After chemotherapy and multiple surgeries, she lost vision completely in both eyes. Now that she’s 14, she wanted to play in her high school marching band. Band director Thomas Cousineau and Autumn’s parents decided a fellow student would need to be her guide. Rachel was on board all the way with helping, even though it meant she wouldn’t be able to play. Rachael stands by Autumn’s side at all times to keep her safe and in formation, and it’s an awesome sight to see.