TEMPLE, TX — The mayor of Temple declared Oct. 28 as "Bobby Henry Day" in honor of a dedicated hospital worker with Down syndrome.
Bobby Henry is a 27-year employee of McLane Children's Hospital. He has Down syndrome and is one of the most dedicated and punctual employees at the hospital.
Henry also has a break room dedicated to him at the hospital.
Temple Mayor Tim Davis' declaration comes as part of National Disability Employment Awareness Month.
Henry, an avid Dallas Cowboys fan, also received a Cowboys helmet signed by wide receiver Amari Cooper.
This story was originally published by Sydney Isenberg on KXXV in Waco, Texas.