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AarHolzmueller 12 Evanst(right) makes  move get around his dad Keith as Aarwarms up for game soccer during The GreLakes

Aaron Holzmueller, 12, of Evanston (right) makes a move to get around his dad Keith as Aaron warms up for a game of soccer during The Great Lakes Adaptive Sports Association's Annual Holiday Party at Grayslake Central High School. The party was an event Saturday to celebrate the GLASA family. Athletes, coaches, parents, therapists & first time participants were together for a day of adaptive sports, recreational activities and food. Aaron who is disabled due to cerebral palsy affecting his legs and arms plays certain sports at a classification 36 ambulatory level of competition. | Michael Schmidt~Sun-Times Media

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Updated: January 28, 2013 3:29PM

The Great Lakes Adaptive Sports Association held its holiday party earlier this month at Grayslake Central High School. In addition to food and fun, the GLASA athletes got to play various sports.

The Lake Forest-based program is one of the area leaders in programs and activities for special-needs individuals.

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