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After agreeing to go to the prom with classmate Rivers Buice, Northside High School junior Margaret Hollingsworth had a question for him: Would he let her friend Bhavita Patel, who has Down Syndrome, join them? Here's what happened next.
After agreeing to go to the prom with classmate Rivers Buice, Northside High School junior Margaret Hollingsworth had a question for him: Would he let her friend Bhavita Patel, who has Down Syndrome, join them? Here's what happened next.

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