, Muskogee, OK

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April 5, 2013

Bolding seeks to win special van in contest

— Keyley Bolding of Muskogee is competing to win a new handicapped-accessible van in a contest that is part of National Disability Awareness Month.

Keyley, 13, is asking people to vote for her at, according to a media release. Votes can be cast once per day through May 10.

Keyley has multiple diagnoses, including cerebral palsy, and uses a wheelchair.

She is active in 4-H, where she has organized several citizenship projects, including fundraisers for a family that lost its home, a local infant supply closet, Victory Junction Camp, and service dogs, according to her story on the voting website.

To vote or for information:


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