Man traverses Michigan on stilts to give back to cerebral palsy charity

06/16/2008 | Detroit News, The

Neil Sauter, 25, has a mild form of cerebral palsy, but is walking 830 miles on stilts to help raise money for United Cerebral Palsy of Michigan. "I always knew I would give back to the cause for what it had given to me," said Sauter, who won a college scholarship from Michigan Rehabilitation Services. "I believe in this. They give to me and I give back. It's an endless cycle."

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