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Photos: Disabled students enjoy a day of ice skating

Published: Thursday, Oct. 25 2012 2:48 p.m. MDT

Students of the Kauri Sue Hamilton School ice skate with Skyline High School students at the Cottonwood Heights Recreation Center on Thursday, Oct. 25, 2012.  The Kauri Sue Hamilton School is a center-based school for students with significant disabilities. The community service project called Wheelchairz on Ice was created by Skyline High School students Nandini Deo and Marianne Newell.  The service project gave the disabled students the experience of ice skating at no cost to the school, the students or their families. (Laura Seitz, Deseret News) Students of the Kauri Sue Hamilton School ice skate with Skyline High School students at the Cottonwood Heights Recreation Center on Thursday, Oct. 25, 2012. The Kauri Sue Hamilton School is a center-based school for students with significant disabilities. The community service project called Wheelchairz on Ice was created by Skyline High School students Nandini Deo and Marianne Newell. The service project gave the disabled students the experience of ice skating at no cost to the school, the students or their families. (Laura Seitz, Deseret News)

COTTONWOOD HEIGHTS — Students with disabilities enjoyed Thursday on the ice thanks to some generous high school students.

Students at the Kauri Sue Hamilton School, a center-based school for students with significant disabilities, participated in Wheelchairz on Ice, which was created by Skyline High School students Deo and Marianne Newell. The service project gave the Hamilton School students the experience of ice skating at no cost to the school, the students or their families.

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