Plus, a look back at some of the boldest stories of 2016.
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Margaret Kohn is climbing for a cause. Make that causes, plural.

At the age of 58, Margaret learned that she had Parkinson's disease, a progressive disorder that affects the nervous system and takes away a person's ability to control movement.

Because symptoms develop and worsen over time, Margaret is determined to make every day of her life count.

Our Secily Wilson sat down to learn more about Margaret's second attempt to climb Mount Kilimanjaro, this time with her two kids, as well as her decision to make the summit in honor of the 49 victims of the Pulse nightclub shooting in Orlando.
See why Margaret believes she can move mountains by Surviving & Thriving®.
Margaret is just one of the inspirational stories featured in our brand new episode of Surviving & Thriving. If you're in Orlando, Florida, watch live on Saturday at 7pm on WESH 2.
We'll also post the episode at for on-demand viewing!
Catch up on some of 2016's biggest and boldest stories.
In the aftermath of the Pulse tragedy, Orlando’s Official Ambassador of Love Donna Dowless brought a community together in the name of love and strength.
Former NFL great Reggie Williams isn't letting health setbacks crush his dreams. We sit down with him to talk about what could be the greatest comeback story ever told.
The Hollies' Terry Sylvester tells Growing Bolder that indeed, the road is long with many a winding turn, but he’s learned that the destination makes the journey worthwhile.
Pop icon Toni Tennille looks back on her 40-year marriage to Daryl Dragon, aka The Captain, and explains why love couldn’t keep them together.
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