12-year-old boy succeeds without sight
ELK GROVE VILLAGE (AP) — When Jack Falejczyk picked up a violin for the first time two summers ago, he blended into the mass of 70 clueless beginners there for music camp.
All the other incoming fifth-graders could at least glance at their neighbor to make sure they positioned their fingers precisely, held the bow upright or even rested the instrument on the correct shoulder.
Jack could never take those simple luxuries for granted. That's because many, including the teacher, didn't know he was blind.
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