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By CLAUD KITCHENS | February 23, 2009
He was 5 years old, not much more than 3 feet tall - and he could not walk. As a ward of the state, he had spent most of his years as a bedridden patient. The state transferred him from a metropolitan facility to one that was adjacent to a special education school. In a wheelchair, he could participate in most activities except those that required mobility in his legs. After months of therapy, several members of the special-education staff decided he would learn to walk. Entering the school one fall afternoon, I heard an inordinate amount of noise in one of the corridors.
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February 11, 2009
During January, Old Forge Elementary School collected items to be donated to the REACH Cold Weather Shelter. Old Forge collected a total of 178 items. The winning classroom, Mary Ann Robertson's second-grade class, collected a total of 41 items.
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