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Buddy Morgan

FOR THE LOVE OF THE RIDE Sometimes life takes unexpected turns. Buddy Morgan realized this when he had an auto accident that left him with a C6/C7 injury.  At first he was only mobile in a power chair, had no use of his legs and little use of his hands. Thankfully, after 8 weeks of rehab and dedication, he began to wiggle his feet

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Sue Epstein: Pedaling Strong

Sue Epstein, who divides her time between Park City and upstate New York, was accustomed to accomplishment. Having competed in equestrian competitions, served as director of a therapeutic horseback riding organization and cycled all over the world in places such as Italy and Slovenia, Sue assumed those days were now over. Diagnosed with Glioblastoma in the motor strip at age 62, Sue was given

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5 Steps to Successful Fundraising

Here are 5 ways to help you be successful in your fundraising: Just ask! CAN YOU HELP ME are four powerful words.  You will be surprised at how many people want to support your fundraising goals for the National Ability Center’s mission.  But make sure you can explain what are you doing and how their support will help you accomplish your goal. Get out

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