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Knocking knees, cold hands, stuttered speech, a fleeting memory and dry mouth are just a few of the symptoms. Stage fright or public speaking. But, for a few people in Elizabethtown, those symptoms were the last thing on their minds. Individuals from Monarch's Bladen Opportunities Unlimited, a day program in Elizabethtown supporting people with intellectual and developmental disorders, participated in The Passion on Good Friday. The drama told the story of the suffering, death, and resurrection of Jesus and was a joint effort by Bladen Opportunities and Monarch's sister site in Whiteville, Columbus Industries, who hosted the event.

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