Walking with South Fort Myers High School buddy participants Frank Pulciani, 16, center, and Mike Oatley, 14, right, Bret Sorling, 16, left, listens as the two debate sports, a common occurrence during their walks outside. The Buddy Club at South Fort Myers High School is designed to create reciprocal friendships between students with and without disabilities. 'It's actually really fun,' says Sorling. 'Everyone is the same no matter what their physical or mental abilities are.'

Photo by MICHEL FORTIER

Walking with South Fort Myers High School buddy participants Frank Pulciani, 16, center, and Mike Oatley, 14, right, Bret Sorling, 16, left, listens as the two debate sports, a common occurrence during their walks outside. The Buddy Club at South Fort Myers High School is designed to create reciprocal friendships between students with and without disabilities. "It's actually really fun," says Sorling. "Everyone is the same no matter what their physical or mental abilities are."

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