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  • Chris Hendricks and being your best

    Chris Hendricks, Jr. of Wake Forest, NC, when he is not performing with fellow musician Andre DiMuzio on piano and acoustic guitar as Castle Wild is co-founder and motivational speaker for Perfectly Afflicted. Hendricks, 30, who has cerebral palsy tries to move teens and adults with his music and words to be their best and follow their passion.

Chris Hendricks, Jr. of Wake Forest, NC, when he is not performing with fellow musician Andre DiMuzio on piano and acoustic guitar as Castle Wild is co-founder and motivational speaker for Perfectly Afflicted. Hendricks, 30, who has cerebral palsy tries to move teens and adults with his music and words to be their best and follow their passion. Harry Lynch The News and Observer
Chris Hendricks, Jr. of Wake Forest, NC, when he is not performing with fellow musician Andre DiMuzio on piano and acoustic guitar as Castle Wild is co-founder and motivational speaker for Perfectly Afflicted. Hendricks, 30, who has cerebral palsy tries to move teens and adults with his music and words to be their best and follow their passion. Harry Lynch The News and Observer

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