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(Chicago) 18th Anniversary ADA Celebration: Live the Dream

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  • Benro Ogunyipe
    What are you doing on July 15, 2008?? Mark this date, come to the biggest ADA Celebration in the state of Illinois. State of Illinois Rod R. Blagojevich,
    Message 1 of 1 , May 30, 2008
      What are you doing on July 15, 2008??

      Mark this date, come to the biggest ADA Celebration in the state of
      Illinois.

      State of Illinois
      Rod R. Blagojevich, Governor

      Department of Human Services
      Carol L. Adams, Ph.D., Secretary

      July 15, 2008
      10:00am to 3:00pm

      James R. Thompson Center
      100 West Randolph Street, Chicago
      (Between Lake and Randolph & Clark and LaSalle Streets)

      ADA: Live the Dream

      Join Us In Commemorating the 18th Anniversary of the Signing of the
      Americans with Disabilities Act.

      Sponsored by the Illinois Department of Human Services in cooperation
      with numerous State Agencies and Councils

      Features:
      *Art exhibit and fashion show featuring works made by persons with
      disabilities and hands-on arts activities curated by The Center for
      the Arts at Little City Foundation. The Center for the Arts is funded
      in part by the Illinois Arts Council.

      *Informational workshops on ADA issues. Supported in part by Equip
      for Equality, the Illinois ADA Project, and DBTAC: Great Lakes ADA
      Center

      *Three-on-three wheelchair basketball exhibition. Supported by the
      Northeast DuPage Special Recreation Association featuring athletes
      from the Special Recreation Association Network of Illinois

      *Exhibits from a variety of federal, state and local organizations

      *Entertainment provided by performers with disabilities

      *The entire event is free and accessible

      Contact Information:
      (312) 793-0034 (Voice)
      (312) 793-3597 (TTY)
      (888) 614-2385 (TTY)or
      E-mail: DHS.ADACelebration@...

      Benro Ogunyipe, Accessibility & Safety Specialist
      Illinois Department of Human Services
      Office of Compliance, Access & Workplace Safety

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