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Dear Advocates, Friends and Supporters:

I would like to personally thank you on behalf of disABILITY LINK for supporting and participating in our Celebration of the 25th year of the ADA this past Saturday (April 25, 2015).

It was awesome to see so many come together for such a significant milestone in the history of the American’s with Disabilities Act as well as providing support for the programs and services disABILITY LINK provides.  Your donations and support provides funding that are used towards continuing and expanding programs to people with disabilities, the community and engaging others in learning that “Disability Rights Are Civil Rights”.

I would like to thank those individuals who made the event successful including Mark Johnson, Shepherd Center Director of Advocacy for being our Emcee; Kenneth Holman, Retired Marine Corps Master Sergeant and business owner (Vision Business Dynamic Mentoring through Sports) for providing a wonderful speech and keeping to his four “S” in his presentation and Bill Nabors, disABILITY LINK’s Board Treasurer and owner of his own law firm for sharing what the ADA has meant to him. In addition, I would like to thank all of disABILITY LINK’s staff who worked tirelessly to make the event a success! I would especially like to thank all the sponsors, friends, families and advocates that made the celebration a very meaningful evening.

I hope each of you gained were able to meet someone new, learn more about what the ADA meant to different people and gain a new or rejuvenated energy to “pledge on” and “commit to another 25 years and beyond”.

Again, thank you for sharing in our celebration and I hope everyone had a wonderful time!  Each of you are invited to continue to participate in our programs and services at our office, become involved in other ways and/or continue to support our efforts.

Best Wishes,

Kim Gibson

Executive Director