25th Anniversary of the Signing of the American’s with Disabilities Act

Media Release
 
 
Red Rock Center for Independence
Barbara Lefler, Exec. Dir.
168 N. 100 E. Suite 101
St. George, UT 84770
Phone: (435) 673-7501
Fax:  (435) 673-8808
barbara@rrci.org
www.rrci.org
 
Prepared and submitted by:
Dawn McLain, Write It Up!
dawn@writeituponline.com
702-860-2341
 
25th Anniversary of the Signing of the American’s with Disabilities Act
 
Nonprofit organizations come together to share and celebrate history.
 
Saint George, UT – Red Rock Center for Independence (RRCI) in conjunction with Dixie State University (DSU)’s Disability Resource Center will be hosting a celebration in commemoration of the 25th Anniversary of the Americans with Disabilities Act (ADA). The ADA is an important milestone in the history of the disability rights movement and we want to celebrate it.
 
The event will be held in St. George, Utah on Monday March 23, 2015 from 5:00 – 8:00 pm at Dixie State University (event will be held on the grass East of the Holland Building.)  Event leaders DUS and RECI would like to invite local nonprofits, businesses and community members to come and participate at this year’s event. “DSU and RRCI are encouraging different agencies and businesses to set-up a booth explaining their programs and services to our community” explained Barbara Lefler, Executive Director of the Red Rock Center for Independence, “We are looking to celebrate the opportunities of the past 25 years with fun, colorful booths that are informative.” Dixie State University is providing free food to those who visit 5 booths or more. The event organizers are expecting 300 plus people to join in the festivities.
 
If you would like to support this event by registering for a booth and inviting others to attend, please contact Julie Goodrich for more information; Julie@rrci.org or Jamie Moore at Jamie@rrci.org or by calling 435-673-7501.
 
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