Invitation to the Boating & Beach Bash for People with Disabilities

This is an invitation to all SFPRN members. Please tell your fellow employees, friends, neighbors and clients who deal with a disability, that they are invited, with their family, to attend the 9th annual Boating & Beach Bash for People with Disabilities in Boca Raton, Saturday March 18th, at Spanish River Park, 3001 North Ocean Blvd. The Bash, with 5,000 guests, is the largest, free, family fun day in the nation for those with physical and/or intellectual challenges. Everyone gets a complimentary BBQ lunch, a boat ride on the Intracoastal, a free concert featuring Broadway’s own ANNIE, Andrea McArdle, along with rising star Chloe Dolandis and a host of other talented performers. There will be 20 costumed Action Heroes, miniature ponies, magicians, balloon artists, a KIDS FUN ZONE run by the Boca Raton Children’s Museum, wheelchair tennis, wheelc hair basketball and line dancing taught by the talented instructors from the Fred Astaire Studios. Dozens of doctors, nurses, pharmacists, physical therapists and nutritionists will be on hand to answer wellness related questions. Anyone interested in volunteering for this amazing day should visit the Bash website and pre-register at See you there!

Jay H. Van Vechten, Executive Director



Chairman, American Disabilities Foundation, Inc.

Celebrating ou r 9th Year March 18, 2017

Write us at: PO Box 99, Boca Raton, FL 33429

Call us at: 561-715-2622

email: &nb sp; jay

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sponsored by: The American Disabilities Foundation, Inc., a 501(c)(3)

The Largest, Free, Fun-Day Event in the USA for Children and Adults with Physical and/or Intellectual Challenges!



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