First-Grader With No Hands Wins National Handwriting Award

First-Grader With No Hands Wins National Handwriting Award

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Disabled girl wins handwriting award-newsvid7-year-old Annie Clark has just won a national handwriting award, even though she has no hands.

The Pennsylvania first-grader was born without hands but has learned determination in her quest to be a good student.

Her school, Wilson Christian Academy, first honored her penmanship as the best of any student in her school. As a first-round winner, she advanced to the next level and Wednesday received one of two Zaner-Bloser national penmanship awards — the second disabled student to win the new award.

Annie received the Nicholas Maxim Special Award for Excellent Penmanship, a trophy and $1,000.

(WATCH the video below or READ the story at Pittsburgh Gazette)

RELATED: See Nicholas Maxim, also born without hands, win the first Handwriting Award

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