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Archive | October, 2014

Tom Miazga – The Inspiration Behind The Grafton Swim Team

Recently, Samantha Senczyszyn of Grafton High School in Wisconsin was named the state-wide “Swimmer of the Week”; a sophomore, Senczyszyn won the 50-yard freestyle and the 100 breaststroke. Later this year, she will compete at the Division 2 State Finals, where she broke the state meet record for the 100 breaststroke last year, losing first […]

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A Stolen Van Turns Into A Blessing In Disguise

Generally speaking, Alicia Day leads a quiet life. She is 24 years old; she lives in Decatur, Georgia; she is a part-time greeter at Home Depot; and she is confined to a wheelchair as a result of her battle with cerebral palsy. Recently, however, her life was turned upside-down when her van – a 2000 […]

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Running For Others; Living For Others

“The greatest thing you can give anyone is a chance. So many people have given me hope and a chance. It’s time to pay it forward.” These words were not spoken by a magnanimous politician; these words were not spoken by a philanthropic millionaire; these words were not spoken by a celebrity trying to use […]

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