Newtown trying to give kids a sense of normalcy
Grieving » Effort made to let children know that while things will never be the same, it’s OK to enjoy life.
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Chris Wolcott, the sport’s academy’s operations manager, said the best part of having the kids at the center is that the tragedy is pushed aside, at least for a little while.
"A couple times someone would drop a weight [in the facility’s health center] and you would hear a bang and there would be a kid who would freeze for a second," he said. "But that would last a split-second. Most of the time, everyone just had a great time."
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