FLOW and Disability Network invite you to An Evening on Glen Lake on Aug. 25, starting at 5:30 p.m. (rain or shine). This fun filled, picnic themed event with beautiful views of Glen Lake will be hosted at the Denis and Martha Pierce Family Cottages located at 8676 Dunns Farm Road, Maple City. We’d like to […]
At Disability Network, it’s in our power to change everything, from individual lives to the wider community. We help people with disabilities and their families lead more productive lives in Northern Lower Michigan. But our efforts don’t just benefit them. They help everyone, with and without disabilities, who lives in, works in, or passes through our community. It’s our mission to promote personal empowerment and positive social change for people with disabilities.
DNNM & FLOW Fundraiser Aug. 25
You’re invited! Join Disability Network and FLOW for An Evening on Glen Lake, on Aug. 25, to benefit both local, non-profit organizations.
Tickets are only $50 and include dinner, drinks, yard games, and prizes! Order your tickets today.
Get involved with community events, peer to peer groups, and other fun Disability Network events throughout the month of August.
Join in the fun, meet new people, and grow & develop new skills! Check out our August Calendar of Events.
Do you have something you’d like added? Email Demarie with the details and your contact information.
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