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Simon Kenton leader wants people with disabilities to be ‘part of the community’


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  1. larryjhastings1951

    March 2, 2017 at 2:37 pm

    Charity begins at home. Perhaps Simon Kenton should include the ALL DD children already in Kenton in THEIR circle of influence and attend to their interests and needs before taking on broader goals. There are DD children, award winning ones, living in Kenton today that are virtually ignored by Ms. Brown’s organization. BUT, since they do not attend Simon Kenton, those photos and accomplishments don’t make the Times. Quite discouraging thing to see children, regardless of ability, not get to the just and due attention they deserve.

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