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Join us for our 6th annual #edcampaccess. LABBB has partnered with edcamp organizers Karen Janowski, Sean Sweeney and Elizabeth Lloyd to bring you another day of sharing, learning and connecting.
Where: Marshall Simonds Middle School , 114 Winn Street, Burlington MA
When: May 5, 2018
Doors open at 8:30am
For more information please click on the links below.
Special Olympics is celebrating its 50th year (1968-2018) and we had the opportunity to interview Mary Beth McMahon, President and CEO of the Special Olympics Massachusetts. We discuss the past, present and future of the Special Olympics and how this organization is continuing to grow and evolve. LABBB has been involved with the Special Olympics since the late 1970’s and we have a long history of bringing the games to our student athletes in collaboration with the Best Buddies organization. Paula Rizzo, LABBB Recreation and Integration Coordinator, joins us for this episode and she talks about her involvement with special since she was in high school as a student leader. We were on location at Special Olympics Headquarters in Marlborough MA for this episode so tune in and learn more about the future of Special Olympics. Please visit the special olympics website for more information: www.specialolympicsma.org
The LABBB / Brio Integrated Theater production of ‘The Portal’ has received a significant amount of recognition over the past year. We want to thank Sahar Ahmed, Brio Executive Director, for all her hard work in bring ‘The Portal’ to such a large audience. The Portal has won two awards from The Global Independent Film Festival for Diversity and Inclusion and for Best Original Song. This is a great honor!