Fifth-grader Owen Chaidez, 10, at recess at Hillcrest Elementary School in Downers Grove, Ill. Owen’s mother raised $600,000 to build a playground at his school that’s fully accessible for students with physical and cognitive disabilities.
Fifth-grader Owen Chaidez, 10, at recess at Hillcrest Elementary School in Downers Grove, Ill. Owen’s mother raised $600,000 to build a playground at his school that’s fully accessible for students with physical and cognitive disabilities. Armando L. Sanchez TNS
Fifth-grader Owen Chaidez, 10, at recess at Hillcrest Elementary School in Downers Grove, Ill. Owen’s mother raised $600,000 to build a playground at his school that’s fully accessible for students with physical and cognitive disabilities. Armando L. Sanchez TNS

Her son’s wheelchair got stuck in the playground. She raised $600,000 to build one for all kids.

September 14, 2016 3:50 PM

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