Kadie DeMar, right, holds her daughter Cameron DeMar, 4, while encouraging her daughter Brooke, at left, who has cerebral palsy, during a special Christmas church service for kids on the autism spectrum and other special needs Saturday at St. James Episcopal Church in Lincoln.
Kadie DeMar, right, holds her daughter Cameron DeMar, 4, while encouraging her daughter Brooke, at left, who has cerebral palsy, during a special Christmas church service for kids on the autism spectrum and other special needs Saturday at St. James Episcopal Church in Lincoln. Andrew Seng aseng@sacbee.com
Kadie DeMar, right, holds her daughter Cameron DeMar, 4, while encouraging her daughter Brooke, at left, who has cerebral palsy, during a special Christmas church service for kids on the autism spectrum and other special needs Saturday at St. James Episcopal Church in Lincoln. Andrew Seng aseng@sacbee.com

A special-needs Christmas service at St. James Episcopal

December 17, 2016 2:24 PM

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