Friday, January 18, 2008

Colorado students help others with disabilities

Rocky Mountain High School students and Rock Stop workers Shannon Baker, 17, right, and Kim Kosofsky, 16, serve fellow student Melyssa VanSkike, 15, in the school's commons Thursday. Rock Stop workers sold cookies and bread to raise money to purchase an adult trike for students at Community Connections. Community Connections assists young adults with severe disabilities in the transition from school to work.

Students with special needs or considered at risk helped raise $250 during the holiday season to purchase an adult tricycle for older students with developmental disabilities. The students sold cookies and bread to raise money. Fort Collins (Colo.) Coloradoan

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