The Sunday Paper for April 20, 2008…

April 20, 2008 Kyron No Comments

…and a cup of coffee

Every Sunday I hope to offer you my version of the Sunday paper with articles from thecoffeepaper1 The Sunday Paper for April 20, 2008... past week or two, relevant or uplifitng (or both), on various issues within the special needs community.

‘High School Musical’ production takes social inclusion to new level

One of the most successful Disney movies ever has been adapted to stage and performed by thousands of high schoolers across the nation but none possibly as inclusively as this one.

Stars shine at special needs talent show

Children at a local Ohio high school put together an amazing talent show ‘featuring’ Trace Adkins, Jerry Lee Lewis, Avril Lavigne and Soulja Boy.

Zambians pledge stronger voice in disability advocacy

A learning exchange between officials in Zambia and The ARC of the Twin Cities of St. Paul will increase advocacy for the disabled in Zambia.

Yoga’s appeal broadening to disability community

The ability to adapt this form of exercise to a multitude of disabilities makes its application almost universally beneficial.

Labour leader Gary Parent wins United Way Award

Gary Parent says he is humbled to receive this national award for doing “the right thing”

This prom is an enchanted evening

Everyone from parents to teachers to janitors kick in to make an ‘Enchanted’ evening for these special kids

U-46 holds first prom for special needs kids

Tuxedo rental: $150. Boutonierre: $10 Tickets for two: $50. The chance to attend a very special prom? Priceless.

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