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Summer 2012

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Art Fair



Ivy Street School  Graduation


GraduationOn a gorgeous day in June, we celebrated student achievements and recognized some of the community partners who helped make the 2012 school year such a big success.


Ivy Street Prom
Ivy Street School Prom 2012 
PromAfter a year of hard work, the Ivy Street School celebrated at the prom. More...
Thanks Sponsors!
SponsorsIt's been a busy few months. These events are the results of months of training, practicing, planning, and volunteering. Thank you so much to our volunteers and to the following corporate sponsors who made it possible for us to serve more than 1,200 Massachusetts residents with disabilities this year.
A full list of donors will be published in our annual report.
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boston phoenixHologic LogoHUB International logogentle giant

Blue Cross Blue Shield of MA

Spaulding Rehabilitation Network


Amory Architects
Hemenway and Barnes
Hopkinton Vision Center
Panopticon Imaging

Ivy Street School Extravaganza


TopThey sang! They danced! There were mimes and mermaids, Buttercups and Beatles. There was even a magic trick featuring a rabbit. And thanks to you, the first Ivy Street School Extravaganza raised more than $30,000. Our students had a blast performing with very special guests magician David Hall, actor Will Luera, band Flipside and comedian Jimmy Tingle.

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Team With a Vision's 19th Marathon

Team With a Vision members Aaron and ChadMarathonOur team of blind and sighted runners, the Team With a Vision, took honors at the 2012 Boston Marathon. This year they were joined by 25 runners taking the Blindfold Challenge at the BAA 5K.              



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Adult Disability Services Art Fair

A client holds a piece of artwork
 ArtFair2Led by Board Member Suzanne Kaitz and a fantastic group of volunteers, the first MAB Art Fair received more than 100 pieces of donated artwork. Each MAB resident who attended got to choose a piece to take home. More...

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MAB has been creating opportunities for individuals with disabilities since 1903. Our experience allows us to forge strong community partnerships to meet the pressing need for high quality services and transform lives. 
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