"The Movement" premieres in Skokie
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Wilmette Life (Wilmette, Illinois), 5 May 2012, p. 44


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Lee Litas, Author
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"The Movement," a short ducmentary film narrated by Robert Redford and Warren iller, made its Chicago debut April 19 at the North Shore Center for the Performing Arts in Skokie. Produced in association with Wilmette's Adaptive Adventures in an effort to increase awareness to participate in adaptive sports. Photograph Callie, Mindy and Haley Fauntleroy all of Winnetka; Joe Kincaid of Naperville and Kate Campbell of Winnetka; Dianne and Jim Kaiser of Western Springs; Joby Berman of Kenilworth and John Cadden of Glencoe; Joel Berman of Wilmette and Matt Feeney of Colorado; Caren and Boyd Yanis of HIghland Park.
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Full article available at Wilmette Public Library
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5 May 2012
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"The Movement" premieres in Skokie


"The Movement," a short ducmentary film narrated by Robert Redford and Warren iller, made its Chicago debut April 19 at the North Shore Center for the Performing Arts in Skokie. Produced in association with Wilmette's Adaptive Adventures in an effort to increase awareness to participate in adaptive sports. Photograph Callie, Mindy and Haley Fauntleroy all of Winnetka; Joe Kincaid of Naperville and Kate Campbell of Winnetka; Dianne and Jim Kaiser of Western Springs; Joby Berman of Kenilworth and John Cadden of Glencoe; Joel Berman of Wilmette and Matt Feeney of Colorado; Caren and Boyd Yanis of HIghland Park.