DNNM & FLOW to host fundraiser on Aug. 25
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 thank Denis and Martha Pierce for generously hosting this event and their continued support of both organizations.
Experience spectacular views of Glen Lake. Play an assortment of yard games like shuffle board, bocce ball, and bag toss. Enjoy a delicious dinner and refreshing drinks. Win wonderful prizes generously donated by local area businesses. Support two community, non-profit organizations in their work to keep our Michigan beaches and lakes clean, and accessible for everyone to enjoy.
Tickets are only $50 and include: admission to the event, dinner and drinks, yard games and one prize ticket. More prize tickets may be purchased at the event for $10 each, or three for $25. Cash, check, or charge will be accepted at the event. All proceeds from this event will be divided equally between FLOW and Disability Network.
Limited tickets available. Don’t wait, purchase your ticket today! This will surely be an evening, rain or shine, not to be missed.
Why are we teaming up with the non-profit FLOW?
Both DNNM and FLOW have a commonality in keeping our Michigan beaches and lakes clean and accessibly for everyone to enjoy. As you may know, Disability Network works to serve individuals with disabilities and the community by providing information and assistance to our clients. We also work on a larger scale by working with governments, businesses, and other organizations to make changes that improve life for everyone. For the last several years we’ve been working hard to make Michigan beaches accessible by installing Mobi-Mats which facility the ability for individuals with a variety of mobility needs to enjoy the lake shore. FLOW is a Great Lakes water law and policy non-profit dedicated to protecting the common waters of the Great Lakes Basin through public trust solutions. The public trust – an ancient and durable legal doctrine – exists in all Great Lakes jurisdictions and provides its 40 million citizens a legal right to use these common waters for drinking, fishing, swimming, recreation, navigation and the like. It also holds state governments accountable for ensuring these waters and public uses are protected for current and future generations. FLOW is currently working tirelessly to keep oil out of the Great Lakes and SHUT DOWN PIPELINE 5.