Students create skate camp for special needs kids in Livermore

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We want to give a Better Days shout out to a couple of students at Granada High School in Livermore who started a skate camp for special needs kids. (Dragon Skate Camp, YouTube)

We want to give a Better Days Shout-Out to a couple of students at Granada High School in Livermore.

Thomas and James started the Dragon Skate Camp to teach kids with special needs how to skateboard. James teaches and Thomas focuses on organizing everything behind the scenes.

Their first camp had 10 skaters earlier this year and it was such a hit they're doing another camp this week with 12 new skaters. Thomas and James say the kids are having an incredible time.

They want to thank the volunteer instructors, Street Science Skate Shop and the Taylor Family Foundation for their support.

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