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As you know, our son Jackson has battled with autism since before age 4, a journey which has impacted our family in many ways. We are all so proud of Jackson’s many accomplishments and his constant effort to overcome challenges.
One of the organizations which means so much to Jackson – and our entire family is the Warren Special Recreation Association (WSRA). Their mission of “inspiring people with disabilities through meaningful recreation” and their dedicated staff is a real difference maker in the lives of individuals with various disabilities – such as autism, Downs syndrome, physical disabilities, behavioral disorders and developmental delays.
We are so thankful for WSRA, which is why this Thanksgiving, our family will once again be raising funds for WSRA at their 3rd Annual “Track Friday” event on November 24, 2017. If your budget allows, we invite you to use this link https://trackfriday.razoo.com/team/Track-Friday-Wsra to learn more about this event and support WSRA with a modest tax-deductible donation.
Of course, we would be thrilled if you could also join us at the Warren High School – Almond Campus Track on November 24 from 11 a.m. to 1 p.m. to burn off those extra calories from Thanksgiving dinner – you can walk or run, either way…. it will be great fun!
Your support of WSRA would mean a great deal to us and it is a fantastic way to give back as we head into the holiday season. Thank you for your consideration. We hope you can join us in support of this great organization.
Kim and Bill Gill
Inspiring People with Disabilities through Meaningful Recreation
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WSRA IS A PARTNERSHIP OF GURNEE, GRANDWOOD PARK, AND WILDWOOD PARK DISTRICTS; AND WARREN TOWNSHIP.
Warren Special Recreation Association (WSRA)
WSRA is dedicated to enhancing abilities in enjoyable social settings through our programs. Participants learn new skills, practice sports, dance and sing with friends and take advantage of WSRA's large variety of programs.