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Kiwanis Club Picnic at Rackham School, September 1962

Kiwanis Club Picnic at Rackham School, September 1962 image
Published In
Ypsilanti Daily Press, September 20, 1962
Caption
HELPING HANDS - Kiwanis Club members help handicapped youngsters of the Rackham School of Special Education on the eastern Michigan University campus to some hot dogs at the annual club-sponsored picnic held Wednesday.

Meeting of the Washtenaw Community Mental Health Board, September 1969

Meeting of the Washtenaw Community Mental Health Board, September 1969 image
Published In
Ann Arbor News, September 23, 1969
Caption
Their Object: Help For The County's Retarded. Some 50 concerned citizens and parents of retarded adults jammed the meeting room last night of the Washtenaw Community Mental Health Board. They listened while spokesmen asked the board for funds to avert the closing this week of the county's only program for retarded adults. The spokesmen included Dean Douthat (standing), president of the Washtenaw Association for Retarded Children; WARC executive director Norman Quackenboss (center) and Charles H. Ramsey (hand on chin), representative of the State Mental Health Department.

Sam Denton, 79, Operates Switchboard At Gregory, April 1937

Sam Denton, 79, Operates Switchboard At Gregory, April 1937 image
Published In
Ann Arbor News, April 27, 1937
Caption
BLINDNESS NO OBSTACLE: For 32 years Sam Denton, 79 years old, shown above, has operated the Gregory switchboard in the rear of his grocery store. He has been blind for 54 years, but has always surmounted the obstacle.

Estabrook School decision delayed

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Parent Issue
Day
13
Month
December
Year
1978
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Softball's Boyer Overcomes Handicap

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Parent Issue
Day
29
Month
June
Year
1969
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John Boyer, June 1969

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Published In
Ann Arbor News, June 29, 1969
Caption
Softball Standout Ann Arbor's John Boyer, despite being born with a partially developed right arm, is one of the top players in the Recreation softball league. A former baseballer, Boyer also played hockey while a student at Ann Arbor High.