Author Archives: Julie Sole

September-October 2022 Calendar and Newsletter

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GO! Get Outdoors Activities September 14th 1-3 p.m. Transit Trolley and Pufferbelly’s October 12th: 1-3 Away at Ara Fall Activity NOTE: YOU MUST REGISTER IN ADVANCE FOR ALL GO ACTIVITIES. SPACE AND TRAVEL IS LIMITED. Friday Night Outs-September and October 20225-6 p.m. The September 16th Friday Night Out will be sponsored by the Homestead Farm […]

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July-August 2022 Calendar and Newsletter

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DAC Summer Camp CAN-DO July 25-29, 2022 9:00 a.m. to 3:00 p.m. A full schedule of activities and registration is available at the DAC and at disabilityactioncenter.com.Please call or come in the center to Pre-Register.The Camp CAN-DO theme for 2022 is “Onward and Upward”…a creative combination of uplifting activities challenging campers to work together and […]

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May-June 2022 Calendar and Newsletter

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GO! Get Outdoors ActivitiesMay 11, 2022 1-3 p.m. Morgan FarmJune 8, 2022 1-3 p.m. Youth Fishing Park NOTE: YOU MUST REGISTER IN ADVANCE FOR ALL GO ACTIVITIES. SPACE AND TRAVEL IS LIMITED. ADDITIONAL PARTICIPANTS MUST PROVIDE THEIR OWN TRANSPORTATION. PLEASE CALL AND RESERVE YOUR SPOT! DAC Basket Bingo-Sunday, May 15, 2022Doors Open: 12:00 p.m. Bingo […]

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March and April 2022 Calendar and Newsletter

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GO! (Get Outdoors) March 9th: My Happy Place 1-3 p.m. April 13th: On Eagles Wings   1-3 p.m. The DAC’s very popular GO! (Get Outdoors) Program will continue in 2022 as our way to increase the recreational, social, and fitness opportunities available to individuals with disabilities in Marion County. We do hope to return to many […]

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January and February 2022 Calendar and Newsletter

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                                   #Higherground TransitionWhat a challenging but amazing year 2021 has been for our organization. We have been so blessed with support since the flooding in June 202. Thanks to support from our state, county, and city representatives, generous grantors, and faithful donors, the DAC is headed to #higherground at our new facility at 448 […]

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November and December 2021 Calendar and Newsletter

#Higherground Building Fund and DAC Relocation Our center has been so blessed with support since the flooding in June 2021. Thanks to tremendous support from our state, county, and city representatives, generous grantors, and faithful donors, the DAC has secured the funds for relocation to our new facility at 448 Leonard Ave. in Fairmont. Renovations […]

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September-October 2021 Calendar and Newsletter

September-2021-Calendar         October-2021-Calendar #Higherground Building Fund and DAC Relocation Our center has been so blessed with support since the flooding in June 2021. Thanks to tremendous support from our state, county, and city representatives, generous grantors, and faithful donors, the DAC has selected and is securing the funds for relocation to our new […]

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July-August 2021 Calendar and Newsletter

July-2021-Calendar       August-2021-Calendar #Higherground Building Fund As you may know, due to repetitive flooding from June 10-14, 2021, The Disability Action Center incurred extensive damage to the interior and exterior of the facility, including loss of equipment and building contents; loss of program and facility rental income; cleaning, extraction, and sanitation costs; and costs […]

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May-June 2021 Calendar and Newsletter

 May-2021-Calendar      June-2021-Calendar GO! Get Outdoors Activities May 12, 2021 1-3 p.m. Youth Fishing Park June 9, 2021 1-3 p.m. To Be Determined NOTE: YOU MUST REGISTER IN ADVANCE FOR ALL GO ACTIVITIES. SPACE AND TRAVEL IS LIMITED. NOTE: We are hoping to return to group outdoor activities as in the past with GO! however, […]

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DAC Annual Report 2020

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Thanks to overwhelming community support, dedicated donors and grantors, and a true team spirit, the DAC was able to overcome the many obstacles presented in 2020. We were fortunate to continue serving our families and even creating new and exciting programs to better respond to the pandemic. We could not be more proud of our […]

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