Northwest Indiana represented at National Inclusion Project Gala Weekend

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Michelle Higel of the Center for Possibilities and Sharon Tarry of the Hobart Family Y recently represented Northwest Indiana at the National Inclusion Project’s "Through a Child’s Eyes" gala weekend in Raleigh, N.C. 

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Center best prices for all customers! dapoxetine india price . approved pharmacy, with paypal. for Possibilities, Hobart Family Y and National Inclusion Project partnered together in 2006 to begin a preschool inclusion camp in Northwest Indiana for children with and without disabilities.  Two more inclusion camps for toddlers and school-aged children have since been added.

For more information, contact Center for Possibilities at 219-962-5751 or or the Hobart Family Y at 219-947-1195 or

Michelle Higel and Sharon Tarry clown around while working at the National Inclusion Project’s carnival in Raleigh, N.C.

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