International Day of Persons with Disabilities was Wed., Dec. 3 and Borderless Arts TN celebrated it in style Sumner County Tourism Group. It was quite the festive occasion with numerous art exchanges featured, performances, awards, food, and a stocking making activity. Congratulations to those receiving awards including: Sumner County Tourism, Project 22, Green Village Recycling, Monica Leister, Ned Andrew Solomon, Steve Sherman. Special thanks to our performers Tammy Vice who led a community choir from various organizations that serve people with disabilities, Magdalena Perry accompanied by Andrea Baker and signers, Ned Andrew Solomon. Thanks to Patty Daniels for the amazing array of food. As always, thanks to the Sumner County Tourism Group for their hospitality. A tremendous thanks to those who assisted with laptops, set up and tear down to include: Dee Kimbrell, Crystal McKee and her father Mr. Cook, Pam Walrond, Kathy Donahue Plourde, Laura King, Robin Summners, Rachael Tamer, Sue Morrison, and my MTSU student Jessica Warren and her friend. Thanks to Karen Don Messner Perry for providing the sound.
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