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An adventure at the Boxton skating rink!

A special installment of the Disabilities Gang stories
Emily decided that the Disabilities Gang should go ice skating! They have a skating rink set up in the Boxton town square for the holidays. After bundling up in coats, gloves, and hats they all head downtown.
Abby and JT rent skates but Carlos needs something special. The rink has a sled ski that he can sit on while an attendant pushes him on the ice. Since Emily is an expert on the ice she takes Abby by the hand and leads her onto the ice. JT races after them.
Their parents watched from the sidelines while sitting by the nice warm fire.
After skating around the rink for a while—JT fell down twice—the gang headed to Carlos's house and had hot chocolate. They watched some of the video their parents took of them skating.
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