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The board of directors of the Youth In Motion South Shore community center in Cudahy is debating whether to accept state funding to allow disabled children and adults to join the health club. Such funding comes from the Wisconsin Department of Health Services' IRIS program, a Medicaid Home and Community-Based Services (HCBS) waiver for self-directed longterm supports. 

In addition to exercise activities, the center, which opened last October, also offers music and dance classes, as well as ACT and other educational courses.

For more information, contact Paul Ece, YIM South Shore Board President.

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