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2019 Governor's Accessibility Awards invitation


A special invitation from the desk of Executive Director Chuck Saia-

On behalf of the Governor’s Commission on Disability, I would like to cordially invite you to join us on September 19th at the Governor’s Accessibility Awards. The event, which the GCD hosts and during which the Governor personally presents the awards, will be held at the State House in the Executive Council Chamber. Many of you have attended in the past and know that the GAA ceremony is a non-political event. It is primarily a joyous occasion to shine the light on individuals or entities whose actions or choices have influenced the disability community. Come and hear the amazing stories of the 2019 recipients and learn how they have gone above and beyond what the Americans with Disabilities Act requires. Hope you can make it!





News and Events

Executive Director Chuck SaiaNEWS: 2019 Governor's Accessibility Awards Winners pdf file

Colleen Durkin-Blackburn, Accessibility Specialist ACCESSIBILITY NEWS: Fairs, Festivals and Access for All pdf file

Lorrie J. RipleyCAP NEWS: Read more about how CAP incorporates the GCD mission pdf file


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Hosted by the GCD at the State House, Executive Council Chamber, the 2019 Governor's Accessibility Awards will be presented by Governor Chris Sununu on September 19th. The ceremony begins at 12 noon and all are invited to celebrate NH's embrace of the Americans with Disabilities Act. Highlighted will be individuals who have gone above and beyond what is expected and who have impacted countless lives of those with disabilities.

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