Disability Awareness Month
GRIFFITH | The Chicago Fire Wheelchair Basketball Team, with returning 2013 Griffith High School graduates Jackie and Jodi Morales, took on a team of Griffith Junior-Senior High students and the Griffith Faculty All-Stars in the seventh annual Wheelchair Basketball Extravaganza held March 14…
MERRILLVILLE | More than 1,000 fifth- and sixth-graders at Merrillville Intermediate School participated in a lunch hour Disabilities Awareness Month program last month.
GRIFFITH | "Community Connections" was the theme as Griffith High and Middle School celebrated Disability Awareness Month in March with its sixth annual Wheelchair Basketball Extravaganza featuring the Hammond Rollin Hoosiers.
EAST CHICAGO | Mayor Anthony Copeland will make an official proclamation to proclaim March as Disability Awareness Month in East Chicago, Indiana and to increase children’s awareness, understanding and acceptance of physical and mental disabilities. As part of this awareness Mayor Copeland w…
Disability Awareness Month is celebrated throughout Indiana in March.
MERRILLVILLE | Students at Salk Elementary School didn't hide their excitement Friday while they watched members of the Chicago Fire wheelchair basketball team shoot hoops in their school.
HOBART | Indiana Governor's Council for People with Disabilities, and local agencies, recognize March as Disability Awareness Month.
GARY | March is Disability Awareness Month, and workers at We Care from the Heart are challenging Northwest Indiana residents to provide much-needed assistance for a single mother who is in a wheelchair.
GRIFFITH | Thom Howell, Griffith High School business teacher, was recently presented with the Governor's Council for People with Disabilities Community Spirit Award for 2011.
MERRILLVILLE | Students at Aquinas School at St. Andrew's were happy to be "going to the dogs" during a recent school assembly.
GARY | A West Side girls basketball player asked coach Rod Fisher what defense the team should run against its newest opponent.
The city of Crown Point will be decked out in green Thursday for its annual St. Patrick's Day festivities, beginning with a traditional dinner of corned beef and cabbage from 4:30 to 6:30 p.m. at the Crown Point Fire Station, 126 N. East St. Cost is $12 at the door for adults, $7 for seniors…
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