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Prospective CSI Students Featured on Pix 11

May 10, 2016

Ngawang Tseten, 18, from India, and Ahmed Shareef, 19, from Iraq, are both prospective CSI students who have a lot more than that in common.  The two young men both suffered life changing injuries in tragic accidents and they both love music.  Pix 11 today reported on the prom that they will be attending. The prom is being hosted by the Garden of Dreams Foundation.

To read the entire story, visit the Pix 11 Web site.

By Sara Paul


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