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Monday, June 17
The Indiana Daily Student

Lesamarie Hacker speaks to the Kiwanis Club of Bloomington on Thursday in her first public speaking event since she was crowned Ms. Wheelchair. Hacker spoke about her experiences living with paraplegia and her efforts to increase handicap accessibility in Bloomington buildings. Emily Eckelbarger and Emily Eckelbarger

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Lesamarie Hacker speaks to the Kiwanis Club of Bloomington on Thursday in her first public speaking event since she was crowned Ms. Wheelchair. Hacker spoke about her experiences living with paraplegia and her efforts to increase handicap accessibility in Bloomington buildings.