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International Day of People With Disabilities

The International Day of People with Disabilities is a celebration of the United Nations which Borderless Arts Tennessee recognizes each year.  The event will feature performances by the Sign Club of Hendersonville, Project 22 Choir, the Movement Connection Dance Program, and Young Soloists Drew Basham and Maggie Perry.

In addition, there will be art exhibited from the various international art exchanges that Borderless Arts has conducted with countries such as Argentina, Australia, Egypt, Greece, Morocco and Pakistan. There will be art from every continent other than Antarctica.

Awards will be presented to various individuals for their contributions to people with disabilities. Those receiving awards are: Ray Boone (An Appreciation Award for all of his video work), Isabella Orozco (for her volunteer work), The Gallatin Police, Sumner Teen Center and Sumner Tourism (All as Community Partners), Yvette Cowden (for community art with the Hendersonville wall project), Dee Kimbrell (for her work on international art projects especially the costumes that went to Egypt), Rep Terri Lynn Weaver and Congressman Diane Black for Leadership as they are both tremendous supporters of Borderless Arts.

Beech High School Special Education class under the direction of Patty Daniels will provide refreshments.

The event is free and open to the public from 6-8pm at the Sumner Tourism at 2310 Nashville Pike on Thursday, Nov. 29.  We hope you can join us.

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