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  • Deloris has lived a full life by anyones standards and while she has a lot more on her bucket list, shes ready to write a book about some of the more interesting tidbits. Like when she worked at Galyans Sporting Goods through Community Employment, and stopped a shoplifter from stealing a $300 winter coat. Or when she worked for Wendys through our employment services, and a co-worker made a remark about Deloris not being able to cook. That ticked her off so she went home and made a lasagna. When she brought it in, she told them, When you taste that, you tell me who cant cook. Deloris has participated in a number of Noble services over the past 41 years, but when she found out about the Noble Dream Team, she had just one request: she wanted a computer. The Dream Team, which helps the people we serve achieve their long-held dreams, put the word out and Gregory & Appel came through with a new laptop for Deloris! After a quick tutorial, installation of anti-virus software and the set-up of her new email account, Deloris was all set. Within 48 hours, she created and mailed a thank-you card: Thank you so much for the laptop. Your thoughtfulness was greatly appreciated. You will always hold a special place in my heart.
  • Get early bird pricing on Noble Evening in the Garden tickets through Dec. 31. Just go to mynoblelife.org/fundraising-events or call 317-375-2724 today!
  • Get Early Bird Pricing on Evening in the Garden Tickets by Dec. 31! Don't miss out. Just go to mynoblelife.org/fundraising-events to get your tickets today at a 25% discount!
  • The Indiana Statewide Independent Living Council is hosting its first-ever, statewide Independent Living Disability Listening Forum: Sunday, December 3 2:30 pm Westin Hotel 241 W. Washington St. Indianapolis, IN 46204 The purpose of the Forum is to hear directly from people with disabilities on on disability-related issues and barriers faced in attempting to live independently (with or without supports/services). Input from additional disability stakeholders is encouraged, but the primary goal is to capture the feedback of the disability community. This forum is free, but space is limited so you must register to attend. It is part of the pre-conference activities for the 2017 Indiana Conference on Disability.

Deloris has lived a full life by anyones standards and while she has a lot more on her bucket list, shes ready to write a book about some of the more interesting tidbits. Like when she worked at Galyans Sporting Goods through Community Employment, and stopped a shoplifter from stealing a $300 winter coat. Or when she worked for Wendys through our employment services, and a co-worker made a remark about Deloris not being able to cook. That ticked her off so she went home and made a lasagna. When she brought it in, she told them, When you taste that, you tell me who cant cook. Deloris has participated in a number of Noble services over the past 41 years, but when she found out about the Noble Dream Team, she had just one request: she wanted a computer. The Dream Team, which helps the people we serve achieve their long-held dreams, put the word out and Gregory & Appel came through with a new laptop for Deloris! After a quick tutorial, installation of anti-virus software and the set-up of her new email account, Deloris was all set. Within 48 hours, she created and mailed a thank-you card: Thank you so much for the laptop. Your thoughtfulness was greatly appreciated. You will always hold a special place in my heart.

Get early bird pricing on Noble Evening in the Garden tickets through Dec. 31. Just go to mynoblelife.org/fundraising-events or call 317-375-2724 today!

Get Early Bird Pricing on Evening in the Garden Tickets by Dec. 31! Don't miss out. Just go to mynoblelife.org/fundraising-events to get your tickets today at a 25% discount!

The Indiana Statewide Independent Living Council is hosting its first-ever, statewide Independent Living Disability Listening Forum: Sunday, December 3 2:30 pm Westin Hotel 241 W. Washington St. Indianapolis, IN 46204 The purpose of the Forum is to hear directly from people with disabilities on on disability-related issues and barriers faced in attempting to live independently (with or without supports/services). Input from additional disability stakeholders is encouraged, but the primary goal is to capture the feedback of the disability community. This forum is free, but space is limited so you must register to attend. It is part of the pre-conference activities for the 2017 Indiana Conference on Disability.

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