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Blue River Services, Inc. (BRS) is a private, non-profit organization founded in 1959 by six families that believed that all people are capable of learning when given the opportunity and appropriate support services. With this guiding philosophy for more than 58 years, BRS has consistently expanded its services to meet the needs of community members and help people with disabilities and the general public overcome barriers to independence.

BRS strives to reach its motto of “People Serving People” by providing exceptional services for all ages, from infants to seniors, in all areas of life and levels of ability.  The agency offers services through 13 departments, and in fiscal year 2016, served more than 22,000 individuals in 32 Indiana counties.

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BRS Community Resources Consumers Have Their Night to Shine at Prom

Pictured: From left, Dennis Martin, Cindy Lawson, Chad Vandeventer and William Carter pose for a picture at Night to Shine prom, sponsored by the Tim Tebow Foundation.

Consumers from the Community Resources Department at Blue River Services, Inc. had their “Night to Shine” February 10, thanks to the Tim Tebow Foundation, a charity organization committed to celebrating people with special needs. 

Dennis Martin, Cindy Lawson, Chad Vandeventer and William Carter joined 75,000 other honored guests around the world for an unforgettable prom night experience held simultaneously at 375 churches in 50 states. Sponsored by the Foundation at Eastside Christian Church in Jeffersonville, IN, this was the first year Blue River Services’ clients attended the event. 

Guests arrived in limousines and made a red-carpet entrance with friendly paparazzi. Everyone was crowned King and Queen and received a silver picture frame to commemorate the occasion.

“We are thrilled to be a part of this amazing event, sponsored by the Tim Tebow Foundation, said Tammy Seitz, Director of Community Resources at Blue River Services, Inc. “It was a great opportunity for our consumers to socialize and have a true prom night experience, which is something we might take for granted. They are already looking forward to next year’s event.”

 

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