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Sunflower Diversified, family team up to find youngster’s new bike

Owen Klug of Odin is enjoying his new adaptive bike, as the result of efforts by his family and Sunflower Diversified Services.

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            Like most 6-year-olds, Owen Klug wanted a bicycle to ride around the neighborhood. But unlike other youngsters, he couldn’t go to a local store and pick one out.

          Owen, who lives with his family in Odin, has a rare disorder called Dravet Syndrome; it is a disorder characterized by severe, chronic epilepsy and global developmental delay.

          But thanks to the teamwork of his family and Sunflower Diversified Services, Owen is now riding his new Rifton bike, which retails for $2,500.

          This all began when Billie Crawshaw, Sunflower case manager, noticed a “Great Bike Giveaway” on the Friendship Circle ...

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