November, 2014


ACT-GT & Zonta Club Host Special Needs Day at Festival of Trees on Nov. 20 in TC

ACT logoACT-GT and The Zonta Club are once again hosting Special Needs Day at the annual Festival of Trees on November 20th at The Hagerty Center in Traverse City. Special education classrooms will be visiting the event in the morning from ...

A Soldier's Perspective: Matt's Message

Matt in his army uniformBy Matthew Snider, US Army, SGT, Ret.

Disability Network Provides Much Needed Support to Veterans: Jason's Story

reining liberty ranchJason is one of many veterans trying to overcome Post Traumatic Stress Disorder and a Traumatic Brain Injury. Disability Network works closely with returning veterans, helping them reintegrate back into the community. “Thanks to Disability Network’s help, I’ve ...

The City of TC Strives to Keep Sidewalks Accessible for Everyone this Winter


City of TC to Host Public Pier Design Workshop on Nov. 19

The City of Traverse City is hosting a Public Pier Design Workshop on Wednesday, Nov. 19 from 7-9pm at the Governmental Center (400 Boardman Ave., Traverse City, MI.) All community members are invited to attend and provide input regarding location ...

I got 99 problems...palsy is just one: Maysoon Zayid's TEDTalk

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