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One-handed flute helps disabled student shine

A middle school music teacher went above and beyond his typical job description to help one of his students. Sixth grader Melissa Henricks was born without the full use of her left hand, so Kevin Smith helped design her a one-handed flute.

http://www.digtriad.com/video/3113488227001/49918607001/One-handed-flute-helps-disabled-student-shine http://videos.usatoday.net/Brightcove2/29906170001/2014/01/29906170001_3113388590001_th-52e68f4ee4b06e2363acd014-782203297001.jpg?pubId=29906170001 One-handed flute helps disabled student shine A middle school music teacher went above and beyond his typical job description to help one of his students. Sixth grader Melissa Henricks was born without the full use of her left hand, so Kevin Smith helped design her a one-handed flute. ONE HANDED FLUTEfeel good storyKEVIN SMITH MUSIC TEACHERwater coolervpcinspireoffbeat 02:32

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