Moms team up to battle pediatric cancer

The children of two Tampa moms were diagnosed with cancer, and they quickly realized the lack of research into pediatric cancer research, and decided to do something about it by creating a non-profit foundation. That was 28 years ago. Today, that organization is known as the National Pediatric Cancer Foundation.

Extraordinary Ordinaries: 'Sparkles by Maxine'

Maxine Simeone, who was born with Down syndrome, found a passion for custom jewelry, and, even better found a Clearwater business that would sell them. She also has a website where you can directly order her accessories.

Extraordinary Ordinaries: Pottery with Parkinson's

A pastor took up the art of pottery, and in the meantime, molded his life. Bruce Wright launched "Pottery with Parkinson's" and finds solitude in creating pottery. It's a hobby that takes the steadiest of palms, but he has mastered, despite Parkinson's.

Extraordinary Ordinary: Angling for Relief

Jake Klopfenstein is 13 years old and loves to fish. After losing his friend to cancer, he helped create the non-profit, Angling for Relief. It helps pediatric patients who are battling cancer -- and their families -- take a break from reality.

Extraordinary Ordinary: Ethan Holt

Marketing campaigns don't always showcase "the real" and instead, focus on ideal images we're supposed to chase. One company is using a different method and hoping everyone else will follow their lead by being more inclusive. Ethan Holt is at the center of it, and he couldn't fit more into their brand if he tried!

Extraordinary Ordinaries: Mission BBQ anthem

Mission BBQ is not just about the food. The restaurant has been popping up all over Florida for a while now, but many aren't familiar with their actual mission -- and how they carry out that mission every day.