Party to the Max: DREAM BIG

Thank you to all who joined us at Party to the Max: DREAM BIG!  We hope everyone enjoyed this year’s theme, DREAM BIG as we spotlighted our newest program for high school students to expose them to careers that will lead them to personal fulfillment and prosperity, and support the programs of the Starkloff Disability Institute that help people with disabilities DREAM BIG about their futures and prepare to successfully attain them. We were also proud to honor the Gateway Arch Park Foundation and National Park Service with the Open Door Award for Universal Design, and our lifelong friend Robert H. Graebe, inventor of the ROHO Cushion with the Max J. Starkloff Lifetime Achievement Award. The night also featured a fantastic presentation and performance from mandy Harvey of America’s Got Talent Fame.

Most importantly, Party to the Max provided a great opportunity for us to showcase the important work of our institute and our partners in improving employment opportunities for disabled youth and adults in our region. Our programs undeniably bring dreams to life for an ever-growing number of people and companies.

Thank you, again, for sharing this special evening with us!

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