IDNO was proud to present its first-ever Mark Anderson Memorial “Treat Me as a Member, Not a Mission” awards to Sang Lee of Well Able Church, and to Dorothy Coughlin of the Archdiocese of Portland’s Office of People with Disabilities, at its Spring Fling on April 21. With over 5o in attendance, including the daughter and grandchildren of Mark Anderson, the dinner celebration and awards ceremony was wonderful.
You’re invited to join the Interfaith Disabilities Network of Oregon (IDNO) at it’s Spring Fling. We’ll dine at the Spaghetti Factory at 6PM, and award the Mark Anderson Memorial “Treat Me as a Member, Not a Mission” award to local disabilities advocates. Cost is $20, including tea or coffee. This is a great way to meet others and learn more about IDNO while enjoying a lovely dinner. To order, go to https://squareup.com/market/interfaith-disabilities-network-of-oregon/spring-fling
For a great resource on how to make your Passover Seder more inclusive of children with disabilities, see http://www.jta.org/2015/03/23/jewish-holidays/passover/tips-for-hosting-a-disabilities-friendly-seder