Archery lessons aimed at improving lives of people with disabilities

09/22/2010 | Dothan Eagle (Ala.), The

An Alabama city has added archery lessons to its list of recreational offerings for people with disabilities. The classes are part of the city's therapeutic-recreation program, which is designed to teach skills to people who have disabilities. "It's about having the opportunity to be included and do things everybody else is able to do," the program's coordinator said.

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