Happy September! So long summer. Looking forward to a new season. Here’s the latest!
News & Views:
Our young adult choir, The Weekley Hall Singers, are back at practice. It’s so good to hear their voices again. They’ve been invited to sing at an upcoming festival in November. More on that soon.
And we’ll be back at The Frank Brown Songwriters Festival this year. Details in the schedule below.
66 Books of the Bible was written to challenge young adults with disabilities to learn all the books of the Bible. Our church group enjoyed learning it. Now it’s your turn. Check it out now on your favorite digital outlet.
The Department of Intellectual & Developmental Disabilities in Nashville has some wonderful pieces of art displayed in their halls. Morgan’s “Flight” is part of the display. To see more about this painting, check out one of our recent blogs. Goals and Grace
Through Wordpress, Youtube, and Facebook, we share our family's walk with autism, the ups and the downs, always with the intention of helping and encouraging other families.
Check out this month’s Know The Hope Blog;
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Monday, September 5th - Facebook Live
A Visit With Mom - Mailing Memories to Maine
September Tuesdays 9:00am CST
Facebook Live - Story Time with Morgan & Mom
2:00 pm till 6:00 pm - Songwriters Event
Thursday, September 8th - Hendersonville, TN
Instilling Hope Gala for The Papillion Center
Weekley Hall Singers performing
Thursday, October 20th - Nashville, TN
Millennium Maxwell Hotel Nashville
Lee Rascone Songwriters Night
7:00 pm round - Les Kerr, Donna Frost, Everette Brown,
Tammy and Morgan Vice
Wednesday, November 9th - Gulf Shores, AL
Frank Brown Autism Silent Auction and Music
We are honored to be a part of this special evening. This year will be dedicated to the memory of Joe Gilchrist. ❤️
Until Next Time,
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