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Flame the Band making encore appearance

Flame the Band returns to South Bend March 27, 2018 for an encore performance at The Great LOGAN Nose-On Luncheon. The band first performed at a Nose-On Luncheon in 2010. Audience members still talk about the party atmosphere their music conveyed. It was so festive, an impromptu conga line formed and danced around the banquet hall. “We wanted something festive, something celebratory for our 30th anniversary,” said Jill Langford, LOGAN Chief Development Officer. “We all had the same thought at once — ‘Bring back Flame!'” About Flame (from their website) Flame...

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Save the date for the 2018 Great LOGAN Nose-On Luncheon – March 27, 2018

Mark your calendars! LOGAN’s signature fundraising and awareness raising event, The Great LOGAN Nose-On takes place annually during the month of March. Green dot yard signs, green foam noses and lots of fun events take over our community each year. Please join us Tuesday, March 27 for the 2018 Great LOGAN Nose-on Luncheon, hosted by WNDU-TV news anchor, Maureen McFadden. This event is the culmination of LOGAN’s annual month-long campaign to raise awareness for people with disabilities. This year for the 30th anniversary of The Nose, we’re featuring an encore performance by one of our...

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2017 Keynote Speaker, Elena Delle Donne

We are pleased to announce our special guest speaker for the 2017 Nose-On luncheon is WNBA basketball phenom Elena Delle Donne. Elena, considered one of the best female basketball players of all time, demands excellence in herself and inspires excellence in others. She draws her own inspiration from someone who is the opposite of her in physical capabilities – her older sister, Lizzie, born blind and deaf with cerebral palsy and autism. “Lizzie has always been my strength,” Elena says. “She gives me perspective. She’s never said a word to me, but Lizzie has taught me more than anyone...

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We Love Our Sponsors!

It’s a simple truth: we couldn’t do what we do without help from our community supporters. Your support for our mission speaks volumes about the quality of people, businesses and organizations in our community. In support of the 2017 Great LOGAN Nose-On, our Pot o’Gold Sponsors are the Pokagon Band of Potawatomi Indians & Four Winds Casino Resorts and Walmart & Sam’s Club. We can’t say it enough…we LOVE our sponsors!   2017 Pot o’Gold Sponsors ________________________________ 2017 Guest Speaker Presenting Sponsor ________________________________ 2017...

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Mint Chocolate Noses

It’s the famous Mint Chocolate Nose!  The South Bend Chocolate Company has coated their signature chocolate malt balls with mint to resemble the famous green foam noses people purchase and wear during the month of March to show their support for people with disabilities. A portion of the proceeds of the chocolate noses sale will go to LOGAN. Available at LOGAN Industries, LOGAN Center and South Bend Chocolate Company locations. Yum!

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Nose-On Merchandise

Become a member of the Green Team! Each year, many area schools, businesses, and organizations partner with LOGAN with one common goal: to celebrate abilities. Thanks to their enthusiastic participation,more than $40,000 annually is raised for LOGAN by way of the sale of Nose-On merchandise. These funds help to underwrite numerous services we provide to our clients every day. Get your school, business or organization to sell Nose-On merchandise or hold your own Nose-On event or dress down day in March. And swing by LOGAN Center to purchase any of our official Nose-On merchandise and swag. For...

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Disability Awareness Fair

The annual Disability Awareness Fair held at LOGAN Center allows hundreds of area schoolchildren the opportunity to learn what it’s like to live with a disability. The fair includes several interactive stations and highlights topics such as computer technology, autism, Down syndrome, learning disabilities and hands-on wheelchair use. Every year, the students who participate leave LOGAN with a better understanding of intellectual and developmental disabilities and the knowledge that all people have many great abilities. For information on Disability Awareness Fair and dates, contact: Nancy Miller Director...

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