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Sponsors, volunteers, participants make kayak event a success

6:15 PM, Aug. 26, 2013
Elliot Shaw, 15 months, of Stevens Point is the youngest kayaker to ever participate in the annual Kayak and Picnic Event, hosted by Midstate Independent Living and Dive Point Scuba. Elliot, who was diagnosed with cerebral palsy, is in the kayak with his great-uncle J.R. Wynne.
Elliot Shaw, 15 months, of Stevens Point is the youngest kayaker to ever participate in the annual Kayak and Picnic Event, hosted by Midstate Independent Living and Dive Point Scuba. Elliot, who was diagnosed with cerebral palsy, is in the kayak with his great-uncle J.R. Wynne.
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The ninth annual Kayak and Picnic Event, hosted by Midstate Independent Living and Dive Point Scuba, was held Aug. 8 at Mead Park Beach in Stevens Point. Participants included members of the community and the vast majority of participants were individuals with disabilities, which is what the event is geared toward.

It was a beautiful day on the Wisconsin River with several kayaks and about 100 people in attendance. We couldn't have asked for better weather. We had at least 45 people who have disabilities that participated in the event. Others included service providers, volunteers from the ...

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