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October 10, 2010
The office for Student Leadership, Involvement, and Community Engagement, or SLiCE, at Colorado State University has been selected by the Fort Collins Commission on Disability for the Spirit of Fort Collins Award, nominated by Hettie Huber. This award recognizes individuals, businesses, and service agencies for dedication to persons with disabilities.
The SLiCE office brings together students, volunteers, and community agencies to form a partnership that not only impacts the greater Fort Collins community, but also enriches the overall experience of students at CSU.
SLiCE endorses several key programs that support the community of persons with disabilities in Fort Collins.
“We are honored to be chosen for such a meaningful award,” said Pam Sampson, SLiCE director.
“Our students and staff are committed to advocating for persons with disabilities and providing services for those in our community.”
SLiCE will be recognized on Thursday, Oct. 21 at the Fort Collins Senior Center with this prestigious award.
Contact: Stephanie Ashley
Phone: (970) 491-1682