Hispanic Outreach Christmas Party
Updated on 12/10/2009 1:47:51 PM.
The Vanderbilt Kennedy Hispanic Outreach support group for Spanish-speaking parents who have a child with a disability attended a Christmas party on December 6 in the Nolensville area of Nashville. Over 150 people took part. Activities included pictures with Santa Claus, a raffle, door prizes, and plenty of food, drink, and music. The Metro Police Department also was on hand donating car seats to qualified families. In addition to the Vanderbilt Kennedy support group, families involved in STEP (Support and Training for Exceptional Parents), Outlook Nashville, MIHOW (Maternal Infant Health Outreach Workers), and TEIS (Tennessee’s Early Intervention System) attended.
For information on the activities of the Hispanic Outreach program, contact firstname.lastname@example.org.
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