Speaker announced for 2020 Great LOGAN Nose-On Luncheon

Mark your calendars! She made history in 2015 as the first Broadway actor to use a wheelchair. She made bigger history in 2019 as the first Broadway actor to use a wheelchair to win a Tony Award. She’s making LOGAN history by joining us for the 32nd annual Great LOGAN Nose-On. We are excited to announce Ali Stroker will be the keynote speaker for The Great LOGAN Nose-On Luncheon on March 23, 2020. All about Ali Broadway and television star Ali Stroker was born in Ridgewood, New Jersey and studied at New York University’s Tisch School of the Arts. Ali has been in a wheelchair since the...

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Be a Nose-On sponsor

Nose it Forward! We love the way The Great LOGAN Nose-On has grown into an all-encompassing community event. Businesses, schools, children, adults and entire families all get involved. Each year, we add new supporters and partners to our sponsor  list. Each year, we fill up the Century Center with more than 1,000 guests for the signature event, The Great LOGAN Nose-On Luncheon. Join the party this year as a sponsor or donor. Please consider the sponsorship opportunities available. Then choose one that works best for you and your organization. We have a range of options, from Presenting...

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Finding friendship: disability awareness

Ryan Bear, a young man who attends The Studios at LOGAN Center, is featured in a story in the December 8, 2019 edition of Today’s Catholic. The article focuses on the friendships he has formed with students at St. Anthony de Padua School. We’ve reprinted it here, with permission from Today’s Catholic. By Jill Boughton Photos provided by Lesley Kirzede Today’s Catholic / December 5, 2019) Susan Bear sees her son Ryan as an ambassador. Although the chromosomal abnormality Wolf-Hirschhorn syndrome has limited his learning, speech and mobility, Ryan loves to be around...

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Help needed to cover funeral expenses

William and Tanyette McCormick died in a housefire. Family lost everything. One of LOGAN’s family members, William McCormick, died in a fire at his home on Thanksgiving Day, along with his sister Tanyette. Their mother, Loretta Page, a brother and a niece escaped the fire. The family is now coping with the tragic loss of their loved ones, their home and all their belongings. Sadly, their most urgent need right now is funds to pay the funeral expenses for William and Tanyette. Palmer Funeral Home is working with the family to work out payments and is accepting donations on their behalf. Click...

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