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Talk on etiquette while interacting with people of 'diverse abilities'

Paul Gelderloos, a Bozeman man who hasn't let physical disability keep him from living a full life, will speak Thursday, Dec. 9, at the Bozeman Public Library on "inspiring individuals to see the limitless possibilities in people with diverse abilities."

Gelderloos, 32, was in a coma at age 18 months, which left him with cerebral palsy and constant involuntary muscle movements. Despite that, he has hiked 35 miles from Emigrant to Bozeman, earned high grades at a Seattle technical school, worked as a draftsman, married, visited Europe, and learned to overcome his shyness and speak in public.

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