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Team Jared’s Teamwork in the Tri

Team Jared’s Teamwork in the Tri

Posted June 5, 2018 | General

Jared will be competing in this year’s Tri for Inclusion on June 23 with his team, Team Jared. As he is preparing for this year’s event, Jared reflects on his favorite memories with his team. “I have competed in the Tri for Inclusion for the last four events and can’t wait for this year to […]

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Sara “Tri-es” for Five!

Sara “Tri-es” for Five!

Posted May 27, 2018 | General

This year’s Tri for Inclusion will mark Sara’s fifth year competing as a triathlete with Team Sara. She explains, “The first year of the Tri for Inclusion, I was super excited to be a part of a sporting event that included kids like me. I have done this Tri for all four years and I […]

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Super Brady in Uniform

Posted April 29, 2018 | General

Super Brady: Always on the Move! is on the move. After sharing the first copies with Brady, his family, and friends (aka co-author/illustrators), 1793 books were mailed to every public elementary school in the state.  Twenty-eight books were given to Spring Garden Elementary School so every classroom in Brady’s school now has a copy, and […]

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Micasso’s Mosaic ~ Many thanks!

Micasso’s Mosaic ~ Many thanks!

Posted April 15, 2018 | General

Many thanks to everyone who attended Micasso’s Mosaic ~ our first ever art auction to benefit Mikayla’s Voice presented by Sure-lok and Q’Straint. The evening was an amazing celebration of kids of all abilities and what they can accomplish when they work together. The inclusive wheelchair paintings and our newest book, Super Brady: Always on […]

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Board of Directors Profile: Rose Allshouse

Board of Directors Profile: Rose Allshouse

Posted March 18, 2018 | General

“I know firsthand that children accept people of all abilities, color and creed without question. I was only 6 years old when my eldest brother’s first child was born with Downs Syndrome. Sadly, in 1960 she was known as a mongoloid. However, to me she was just the sweetest, cutest baby ever. When she was born, […]

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