Every Tuesday from 5-6 pm you are invited to get together at ACCESS, sip
on soup and talk. These chats are open to all members of the ACCESS
community. They are an opportunity to share what's going on, what's
important, how you feel, and your concerns.
The soups will be homemade, delicious and hot and we hope your topics
will be too!
WE WILL MEET IN THE ACCESS OFFICE, L/L A170!
Tonite's soup will be Cheesy Vegetable Mexican Soup - with a hint of
lime and cumin, this
soup has a mild cheese base with zucchini, tomatoes, chilis, peppers,
black beans and more (pie perhaps!?)
Donna Panko and Laurel Cameron will be your gracious host.
UVM Program Board and SAFE: Student Athletes For Equity in conjunction
with Deaf and Disabilities Awareness Month present:
?Walking is Over-Rated?
Thursday, October 5 @ 6pm
Indoor Track/Basketball Courts in PFG Athletic Complex, UVM
Born without any legs, Paralympic Athlete Matt Glowacki won?t let
anything keep him from accomplishing his goal-especially his life long
endeavor to educate people on the meaning of the word ?handicapped?.
Matt illustrates through his experiences about his life that people
are only limited by their own perceptions. Does having no legs mean
you are "handicapped"? When you meet Matt Glowacki you will quickly
learn that this word does not apply. Matt is not here to preach, but
to teach, and to give an entertaining and enlightening presentation.
Wheelchair Basketball Tournament to follow Matt?s Presentation
SPACE IS LIMITED ? Please Apply by Sept. 29th
$50 minimum registration fee for a team of 5, $5 for each additional person
*Registration fees are a fundraiser for the Northeast Disabled
Athletic Association (www.disabledathletics.org); please feel free to
raise more money than the minimum fee. Team that raises the most
money will be honored with Matt as a guest player on their team!*
Email [log in to unmask] to apply or pick up an application in the
Program Board office
Program Support Manager
663 Main St.
Burlington, VT 05405
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