Step Up for Down Syndrome 2020

Shane's Monkey Men

Dear Family and Friends,

 

In June Shane will be 15 years old!  He continues to amaze us with his accomplishments and drive.  He loves being in high school and working as a manager for his school football team.  He really loves being a part of Blues Special Hockey.  He has really missed being a part of watching sports lately.  Many of Shane's accomplishmets are possible due to the support of many people around him.  Clearly not all things come easy for Shane, but as his parents we are proud of the positive impact he has had on the lives around him.  

Organizations like the Down Syndrome Association of Greater St Louis (DSAGSL) help advocate and break down barriers for people with Down Syndrome.  The DSAGSL works to benefit the lives of people with Down Syndrome and their families through individual and family supports, education, public awareness and advocacy.  They help us envision a future where all individuals with Down Syndrome can reach thier full potential.  The Step Up for Down Syndrome (SUDS) walk is a fundraiser and awareness walk the DSAGSL.  The walk is to be held on Sunday June 7th.  However, with the current situation with COVID-19 the walk this year will be a virtual event.  There will be various virtual live events throughout the day and families can share pictures from their own walks.  

If you would still like to support the DSAGSL and Shane's team you can click on the link http://support.dsagsl.org/goto/ShaneMuck.  From there you can sign up as a virtual walker and donate, then an email will tell you more details about the virtual event.  Or you can also donating by mailing a check made out the DSAGSL to our address (Kristin Muckerman 639 Clifton Hill Drive Saint Peters MO 63376).  Thank you for continuing to support Shane throughout the years.

 

 

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The mission of the Down Syndrome Association of Greater St. Louis is to benefit the lives of people with Down syndrome and their families through individual and family support, education, public awareness and advocacy. For more information about us, please visit www.dsagsl.org or call our office at (314) 961-2504. Thank you!

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