Musician and Handicapped Son Go From Homeless to Hopeful

Musician and Handicapped Son Go From Homeless to Hopeful

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yellow-sun-bright.jpgA down-and-out musician who was living in a Rescue Mission shelter with his sickly 6-year-old son, has won a talent competition, after a fellow resident who heard radio ads promoting the contest urged him to enter.

The contest paid off in dollars, but it also had a ripple effect, helping connect Rob Paper and his son Taj, who has a form of cerebral palsy, to an ever-larger community of friends and allies.

Read the full story in the Idaho Statesman

Photo courtesy of Sun Star

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