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Advocate of the Year Receives Award

Award Recipient Named

Society's Assets recognized Michelle LaBas-Bowen as the Dan Johnson Advocate of the Year for her work with the Burlington School District. She teaches her students the skills they will need to lead more independent lives as they reach adulthood. She encourages all of them to take a more active role in the educational process. She empowers her students to actively participate in the decision making that will impact their lives, routinely advocates on their behalf, and teaches them to advocate for themselbes. Congratulations, Michelle!

Society's Assets Golf Outing to Raise Scholarship Funds

Golf Ball and Tee

The 25th annual Society's Assets Open will be held at the Kenosha Country Club on Monday, June 18, 2018.

Click here for the "Save the Date" card.








Art Contest Winners Announced

A girl drumming with adaptive technology

There are twenty students who received first, second, third, and honorable mention awards. Nearly 500 students entered the contest to create entries with the "Ability. . .Not Disability" theme portrayed. Entries were received from all counties in our service area - - Racine, Kenosha, Walworth, Rock and Jefferson counties. The judges were impressed by the insighful drawings, and appreciated the stories behind the lines.

Entry blanks for the 2018 Youth Art Contest will be available in September.


A girl using a wheelchair at the park with her dogFamily at homeAnd the winner is the boy using the wheelchairMusic for all