Changing the World

I shared this article with Marcus:

“16 People With Down Syndrome Changing the World”

He replied with “Yes, I am.”

This article from The Mighty rocks with some big-time accomplishments and names, including the Marcus Sikora. 🙂

On our Facebook Page – we encouraged everyone to share about the person with Down Syndrome you know – who is changing the world!

Check out the full article on The Mighty Here.

Look Who’s on Yahoo Celebrity Lifestyle News!

The article begins…

“Several celebrities walked the red carpet and the runway in the 10th anniversary “Be Beautiful, Be Yourself” Fashion Show Saturday, Oct 20. The crowd cheered and mingled with the likes of Colin Farrell, Jeremy Renner, Heather Graham and more!

What makes this event especially impactful is the transformation of star-power when the models take to the runway.

This photo is a great example. I mean come on! That guy in the background, he’s cool and famous and all (award-winning actor John C. McGinley) but I think we can all agree that Kate Winfield

Not New News, but News Worth Sharing

Talents of Omaha author Marcus Sikora shine in first children’s book

A friend of mine sent me a picture of this article in print when it published two years ago. I stumbled upon the online version yesterdy while doing a Google search with my name mis-spelled. What? Nevermind, the crux is: Here’s this cool article about Marcus!

It begins:

Omaha author Marcus Sikora, who created a children’s book about a monster band, recently met with first and second graders of Elkhorn’s Arbor View Elementary School, providing insight into the writing process

Marcus is part of a program teaching playwriting

Former North drama teacher Jennifer Castello-Scott, now a freelance drama educator, devised the curriculum. She enlisted the help of author and speaker Marcus Sikora, who has Down syndrome.

Marcus was involved in this cool program to teach the kids. Here’s a lovely article in the Omaha World Herald about the program:

Circle Theatre works with schools on playwriting project for special education students  

Read on!

 

 

2018-02-25T06:50:56+00:00Categories: Grown Ups & Downs, In the News|0 Comments