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A little consideration goes a long way

I was at Fred Meyer in a wheelchair van parked in a handicap parking space. When I came out, someone had parked right next to the van, in a space that was clearly not a parking place and we were unable to put the ramp down to get in.
Changes in attitude noticed, appreciated

I am writing this on behalf of all persons with disabilities. I think it is very important that all people on the Kenai Peninsula should realize that in order to have good business, make it easier for us to go into your business without any barriers. There are some people who forget that we are real people, with real feelings whether we are mentally or physically disabled. I am very proud to see the changes in the attitude towards us. Since I came in Kenai in 1991 I have seen very caring people that really do care about us and I thank you for that.
Businesses should think twice about hang-ups

...born with cerebral palsy. It takes a lot of effort for me to talk and I am trying to be independent without my caregiver talking for me. So don't be too quick to hang up the phone, you might lose some good business. Kathleen Muller Kenai
Kenai Community News

...SeaLife center in Seward clinched it for her. She hopes to do an internship there the summer after her junior year. Kathleen Muller would like to offer her services to speak to your group or family to help them understand what it is like to be severely...
4th annual World Series event scores another hit

...simultaneously throughout the afternoon leading up to the final World Series. In an emotional rendition of the National Anthem Kathleen Muller gave fans the thrill of being an American ready to watch a ball game. Following opening ceremonies Borough Mayor John...


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