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By Cory Smith
October 1, 2010
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Free State High School kicked off homecoming festivities by selecting a king and queen for the event. It was the first time students with disabilities were allowed on the ballot.
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I am in tears...I had a sister born with Downs Syndrome, she graduated from a special school and worked at the Adult Center for Handicapped Adults until she developed Alsheimer and eventually succombed to it at the age of 50. I am so proud of FSHS students for speaking up for people with disabilities and so very thrilled that Owen was chosen for King. Bravo Owen!!
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