CATS holds costume reveal for kids with disabilities

Choosing a costume is fun for any kid during Halloween, but they can be a unique challenge for kids with physical disabilities who need assistive equipment.

Six teams of local college students designed and built costumes for a month for six kids who depend on wheelchairs to get around.

The event was put on by local nonprofit Children's Assistive Technology Service.

To see pictures of them all and vote on your favorite, go to the CATS website. They're asking for a small donation to raise money for the nonprofit.

Votes are due by October 30.


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