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More Than You See

posted by Katie Slade on Monday, October 13, 2014

We envision a world where society regularly looks past the disability they see to the person within. With that vision in mind, Exceptional Persons Foundation is ready to kick off its second annual silent auction, dueling pianos benefit.

More Than You See will take place on Thursday, November 13 from 6 pm until 9 pm at Sunnyside Country Club in Waterloo.

Last year we saw our vision come to life. Some of our favorite remarks from our guests included:

  • "It was so lively and fun - we didn’t want the night to end."
  • "This was a great event to bring my friends to - low pressure and very entertaining."
  • "My favorite part was seeing persons of all abilities and backgrounds interacting - especially when all guests came together to sing Lean on Me."

Come be a part of the fun and celebrate persons of all abilities. Maybe you will be the one to walk away with one of the auction items, like a trip for two to Hilton Head, South Carolina or a trip for two to any concert in the continental United States!

Reserve your seats today by going online, calling our office, or by simply returning the form in this newsletter.

All money raised from this event supports Exceptional Persons, Inc. in making a positive difference in the lives of persons living with a disability.

So bring your friends and join in on the hors d’oeuvres, silent auction, and laughs provided by our guest MC, Gary Kroeger. 176 Keys Fun Pianos, back by popular demand, will entertain with their dueling pianos. We hope to see you there!

Thanks to our sponsors: Dan Deery Motor Co., Community Bank & Trust, Dennis & Holly Kruger, Levi Architecture, Magee Construction, The Mudd Group, PDCM Insurance & Group Benefits Design, BankIowa, Warren Transport, Inc., FSB Premier Wealth Management, UnityPoint Health - Allen Hospital, Clark & Associates Prosthetics & Orthotics, Sulentic-Fischels Commercial Group, Nichols Home Improvement.

About The Author

As the Executive Director of Exceptional Persons, Inc. (EPI), Katie believes in EPI's vision of - working together we will realize a future where all people are recognized and valued – encouraged and supported to live, work, and grow – in their communities. At EPI w ... read more