SBC-St. Peters, St. Louis Wheelchair Athlete Allen Baumgartner mark the 20th Anniversary of the ADA

July 26, 2010

Sanford-Brown College - St. Peters, St. Louis Wheelchair Athlete Allen Baumgartner mark the 20th Anniversary of the americans with disabilities act
Campus to Hold Campus-Wide People-First Events Promoting ADA Awareness; Receive Proclamation

July 26, 2010 marks the historic 20th Anniversary of the Americans with Disabilities Act.  Two decades ago landmark legislation changed U.S. policies and perceptions for people with disabilities by prohibiting discrimination based on disability. 

This Monday, Sanford-Brown College will be honored by the Mayor of St. Peters and City Aldermen as a school committed to serving the needs of the community.  July 26 will be known as “Sanford-Brown College Recommitment to the Americans with Disabilities Day.”

As part of Sanford-Brown College’s ongoing commitment to students, teachers, staff and families dealing with disabilities, the school will hold a campus-wide series of events designed to promote awareness and understanding.  DASA St. Louis wheelchair athlete Allen Baumgartner will headline the event, talking about his triumph over physical challenges.  Other events include the leashes of love display, a DASA athlete obstacle course and a swing dance.

Monday, July 26, 2010

9:00 a.m - Press Conference
Hourly Events Throughout the Day
2:00 p.m. - Keynote Speech by Allen Baumgartner

Lisa Mancini, President, Sanford-Brown College – St. Peters
Len Pagano, Mayor, City of St. Peters, Missouri
Allen Baumgartner, DASA St. Louis Wheelchair Athlete

Sanford-Brown College – St. Peters

100 Richmond Center Boulevard
St. Peters, MO 63376

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