Mason Leonard, 14, reads with Brittney Luchene, his lead therapist, recently at the Eva Perry Regional Library in Cary. Luchene takes Leonard out into the community in the afternoons, using the outings as learning opportunities.
Mason Leonard, 14, reads with Brittney Luchene, his lead therapist, recently at the Eva Perry Regional Library in Cary. Luchene takes Leonard out into the community in the afternoons, using the outings as learning opportunities. jhknight@newsobserver.com
Mason Leonard, 14, reads with Brittney Luchene, his lead therapist, recently at the Eva Perry Regional Library in Cary. Luchene takes Leonard out into the community in the afternoons, using the outings as learning opportunities. jhknight@newsobserver.com

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