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"Most people who are contemplating a suicide feel alone, and they feel that nobody is there — and so the pit crew, like in NASCAR, is a team of people who help the driver win the race."Schuh's fall nearly severed her spinal cord. "I speak about the little things in life and about attitude and about how this is such a huge movement," she says, moving her wrists in a circular motion. Tickets: Donation, with proceeds going to the American Foundation for Suicide Prevention.

The award is limited to adults (over 21 years of age) who are currently registered volunteer Scouters. The Council is allowed to recognize a specific number of volunteers for this award, which is then presented at the Annual Council Recognition Dinner."I felt like I needed to be an open book on this and answer those questions so that stereotypes and myths could be dispelled."The book will be published by Wise Ink in December; it follows "My Last Step Backward," which was published in 2012.Schuh was a junior in high school when she was cast in the chorus of "The Wizard of Oz." During a rehearsal at the Sheldon Theater in Red Wing, Minn., she was asked to move during a scene change.To nominate someone for the Silver Beaver: All three parts of the nomination form must be completed. They are the proud parents of four children: Michael, Kiley, Ryan, and Evan.Her four brothers were also Scouts, so she has always been involved with Scouting.She gave 55 speeches last year — to audiences ranging from a few dozen people to more than 1,000.

Her husband, Doug Michaels, serves as her manager; the couple has been married for four years. It turned out (sex) was completely the opposite of what I had feared.

They met in 2012 through Christian Mingle, a dating website; Michaels was working as a meteorologist for WQOW-TV in Eau Claire, Wis., at the time."When Doug and I were dating, I had so many questions," Schuh said. A lot of things that I had fears about, I laugh about now and think, 'Oh, my gosh, I can't believe I was so scared about that.' Now, it's such a beautiful thing."A song called 'Hope'Earlier this year, Schuh released her first original song.

It's called "Hope."One stanza includes these lines: "Even when it hurts to breathe / Focus on the good and see / How beautiful, this life can be.""It's really my story and journey put to music," Schuh said.

Schuh, who was crowned Miss Wheelchair USA in 2012, has spent the past 20 years proving them wrong.

In addition to being a published author, Schuh is a professional singer and motivational speaker."My passion is spreading my message and what I've learned," Schuh said.

When her doctors at the Mayo Clinic in Rochester learned she could move her wrists, they were ecstatic."I was, like: 'Are you kidding me?