Photo: Many hearts and hands

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  • Advocate staff photo by LIBBY ISENHOWER -- James Leak, left, speaks with Denise Dupont at Drusilla Seafood during a reunion of former Broadmoor High School Key Club members who helped Dupont with physical exercises when she was a child. The school's Key Club took on Dupont as a project for several years.

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  • Advocate staff photo by LIBBY ISENHOWER -- Ragan Collier, from left, and her parents, Tama and Dickie Collier, speak with Denise Dupont Sunday at Drusilla Seafood. Dickie Collier was one of several Key Club members who worked with Dupont on exercises when she was a toddler. Tama Collier said that his experience working with Dupont served as a reference point for him as they raised two children with disabilities.

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  • Advocate staff photo by LIBBY ISENHOWER -- David LaRose, left, laughs as Denise Dupont recalls how cute she was as a child when LaRose and other members of the Broadmoor High School Key Club worked with her on physical therapy exercises. Dupont was photographed during an exercise session with members of the club, and appeared in the 1968-69 Broadmoor High School yearbook.

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  • Advocate staff photo by LIBBY ISENHOWER -- Former Broadmoor High School Key Club President Glenn Hodges, right, gives Denise Dupont his Key Club pin from the 1968-69 school year, when he was president. Hodges traveled from outside San Antonio to visit with Dupont during a reunion organized by his former classmate, Glen Petersen. Raymond Magnolia and Debbie Ferracci Verrett are behind, from left.

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  • Advocate staff photo by LIBBY ISENHOWER -- Denise Dupont, center, is reunited with former Broadmoor High School Key Club members, ranging from the classes of 1969-1976, and other classmates who worked with Dupont Sunday at Drusilla Seafood. The Key Club members worked with Dupont, who has cerebral palsy, on the Doman-Delacoto form of exercise, also known as patterning.

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  • Advocate staff photo by LIBBY ISENHOWER -- The 1968-69 Broadmoor High School yearbook shows members of the Key Club who helped Denise Dupont with pattern exercises when she was a toddler. The Key Club took on Dupont's exercises as a project for several years.

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  • Advocate staff photo by LIBBY ISENHOWER -- In a photo from the 1968-69 Broadmoor High School yearbook, Raymond Magnolia, right, works with Denise Dupont on the Doman-Delacoto form of exercise, also referred to as patterning. The school's Key Club took on Dupont's therapy as a project for several years.

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  • Advocate staff photo by LIBBY ISENHOWER -- The 1968-69 Broadmoor High School yearbook shows members of the Key Club who helped Denise Dupont with patterning exercises when she was 3 years old.

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  • Advocate staff photo by LIBBY ISENHOWER -- Denise Dupont, from left, greets Raymond Magnolia and Debbie Ferracci Verrett at Drusilla Seafood during a reunion with former Broadmoor High School Key Club members. Magnolia was one member of the Key Club who helped Dupont, who has cerebral palsy, with exercises when she was a young child.

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  • Advocate staff photo by LIBBY ISENHOWER -- James Leak, right, hugs Pat Salatich, Denise Dupont's mother, after arriving at Drusilla Seafood for a reunion with Dupont and former members of the Broadmoor High School Key Club. Dupont was born with cerebral palsy, and the Key Club members helped put her through a therapy program after school.

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