community wall links: U-M Council for Disability Concerns hosts week-long symposium; Ypsilanti dentist office offers free services to needy Oct. 26
From a week-long symposium on accommodating disabilities to an Ypsilanti dentist office offering free dental care to low-income residents, here’s a roundup of some of the stories posted on AnnArbor.com’s Community Wall this week:
The U-M Council for Disability Concerns’ annual Investing in Ability series begins Oct. 22. The events feature Service Dog demonstrations and a symposium on life lessons to be learned from frogs and dung beetles.
Whittaker Road Dental, along with the assistance of Dr. Benjamin Hanson and his team from Brownstown Dental Care, will be improving the oral health of needy citizens as part of Project Get Care, an event initiated to provide dental care to the growing number of Americans without dental insurance.
By: John Bee: Ann Arbor Cuts Off Water to Community Gardens
By: Donna DeButts: Ypsilanti District Library’s ‘Playaway Day’ Will Have Patrons Listening
By: Blue Lotus Thai Healing Studies: Try Your Hand at Thai Massage with Blue Lotus -- Free and Open to all -- 10/5
By: G P Gottfried: St. Francis of Assisi Dedicates Peace Garden
By: The Vellum Team: Hiring Event: 3 Open Houses at Vellum Restaurant
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