Children with disabilities who get services from United Cerebral Palsy of Central Arizona had to stay home this week after copper pipes and fittings were stolen last weekend, costing the center $6,600 to replace. "The loss of therapy is very troubling," said Guy Collison, president of the organization. "Especially with the younger kids. Every day lost is a day you can't get back. An opportunity to help those kids is lost."
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