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Easterseals Celebrates 75 Years Of Serving the Tristate

Organizers say it was the first event in a year-long celebration that is expected to incorporate a lot of different activities throughout this year.

Posted: Jan 13, 2021 10:25 PM
Updated: Jan 14, 2021 7:35 AM

The local Easterseals organization recently celebrated 75 years of serving the Tri-State.

The organization had to downscale the celebration because of the COVID-19 pandemic—choosing to live stream the event on its Facebook page this year.

Long-time Easterseals supporter The Diamond Galleria in Evansville hosted the event.

Organizers say it was the first event in a year-long celebration that is expected to incorporate a lot of different activities throughout 2021.

Featured speakers on Wednesday included Easterseals 2021 Board Chair John Raisor and Easterseals Rehabilitation Center President/CEO Kelly Schneider.

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