18 Stories for 18 Stories: Phil Mason

a young black man with down syndrome smiles proudly in a cheerleading uniform with a medal around his neck, flanked by two people wearing "team phil" t-shirts
It’s time for 18 Stories for 18 Stories!
On October 22nd, dedicated members of our community will be rappelling down 18 stories of the Hyatt Regency of Louisville in support of DSL as a part of Over The Edge 2022. We’re sharing 18 different stories about what DSL means to our members, their loved ones, and our community at large.
Next up is Phil Mason one of our 2022 Down Syndrome of Louisville Advocates!


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