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Common thread bonds teens

Teen Sib Shop meets for first time

7:15 PM, May 12, 2013
Elisabeth Krotzman of Nekoosa gestures while talking Saturday at the first meeting of the Teen Sibs Shop group, which met in Nekoosa. The group was organized to allow teens to talk to each other about the joys and challenges of having a sibling with a disability.
Elisabeth Krotzman of Nekoosa gestures while talking Saturday at the first meeting of the Teen Sibs Shop group, which met in Nekoosa. The group was organized to allow teens to talk to each other about the joys and challenges of having a sibling with a disability.
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A small group of teenagers from central Wisconsin sat around Saturday talking about their siblings.

Some had never met before, but they already had a common thread: Siblings with disabilities.

The teens were part of the Teen Sib Shop, a workshop geared to share the good and sometimes frustrations teens who have a sibling with a disability experience. ...

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