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Lou Vandervlucht suffered a stroke more than a year ago, but after a lot of hard work, he is now inching his bowling average back above 200.
In the late night hours of Jan. 31, 2010, Vandervlucht rolled onto his left side in bed, but he couldn’t pick up his right arm to move with him; sitting on the side of the bed, he couldn’t shake it out; when he tried to stand, his right leg buckled under him; after carefully making his way to the kitchen, Vandervlucht discovered he couldn’t write his own name.
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