In conjunction with Autism Awareness Month,
this annual bowling event in April takes place at Kelley’s Bowl in St. Joseph, Michigan, and features a fun evening of bowling,
food and beverage, raffles, and more—all to benefit LOGAN’s Autism Learning Center of Southwest Michigan. Join the fun on April 25!
Breaking Barriers Fashion Show
The Breaking Barriers Fashion Show will take place on the 8th of April in the Morris Inn Ballroom
from 6:30-8pm. The goal of this fashion show is first and foremost to display the beauty of friendship
and convey the dignity and worth of people with developmental/intellectual disabiltiies. This show will
feature Best Buddies, Special Olympics, Special Friends, and Super Sibs to share the work that they
are doing on campus and encourage others to get involved.
For more information and tickets, click here.
Watch LOGAN's Dance for Disabilities
You can still join the LOGAN Nose-On fun! Put on your dancing shoes for LOGAN's 5 Second Dance Challenge
to help raise awareness for disabilities. Click on this link and get dancing: dancefordisabilities.com
and Support the Dance!
The Great LOGAN Nose-On
2015 Honorary Chair
Bob King, Senior Vice President, The Medical Foundation
Luncheon Speaker Lauren Potter Lauren is best known for her role as Becky Jackson on the hit television series, Glee.
She has become an outstanding role model for those with Down Syndrome. Lauren is thrilled to be using the public “voice”
that her acting role has given her to speak out for other people with disabilities who may not have the same opportunities.
LOGAN now offers Peer Awareness Sessions for school age children grades 1-6. The goals of these sessions, presented in a child friendly manner,
are threefold: Create Understanding about disabilities, Increase Awareness of everyone's abilites, and Foster Acceptance of one another.
The presentations vary according to time availability, usually lasting 30-45 minutes. Please click here for more information and to schedule a free
Peer Awareness Session.