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Delegate Ayala Visits Peachtree

Last week, CRi President & CEO Arthur Ginsberg & VP of External Affairs Kelsey DeWispelaere participated in a candid conversation with Delegate Hala Ayala & the staff & residents at our Peachtree Home in Lake Ridge, VA.

As a single, working mother of two, Delegate Ayala is an outspoken advocate for families in Prince William County & was an amazing part of a necessary conversation regarding disability support in our area.

August 14, 2019

LAKE RIDGE, Virginia - Last week, CRi President & CEO Arthur Ginsberg & VP of External Affairs Kelsey DeWispelaere participated in a candid conversation with Delegate Hala Ayala & the staff & residents at our Peachtree Home in Lake Ridge, VA.

As a single, working mother of two, Delegate Ayala is an outspoken advocate for families in Prince William County & was an amazing part of a necessary conversation regarding disability support in our area. We are so appreciative to be a part of such a critical need in our area. Thank you to Delegate Ayala for your support & generosity & thank you to the staff & residents at Peachtree! We look forward to a partnership where we can continue to make our communities safer, more supportive & routinely inclusive!

#MyCRi #inclusion #choice #respect #independence #communityaction

For more information on how you can get involved in the conversation, contact info@MyCRi.org!

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