What you can do: Center for Independence helps those with disabilities enjoy activities

Leroy Wilcox, right, gives a tennis lesson to a player Thursday at Lincoln Park during the Center for Independence’s final adaptive lesson of the season. The Center for Independence helps people with physical, mental, developmental or sensory disabilities play many sports, including tennis.



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Leroy Wilcox, right, gives a tennis lesson to a player Thursday at Lincoln Park during the Center for Independence’s final adaptive lesson of the season. The Center for Independence helps people with physical, mental, developmental or sensory disabilities play many sports, including tennis.

Leroy Wilcox sums it up best when it comes to the Center for Independence’s approach to athletics. “It’s not your disability, but your ability,” Wilcox said. “We…




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