I have often shared stories of my involvement with the Special Needs Community. Today I have another one to share.
Yesterday was a day to celebrate one of these individuals we've come to know and love over the years. Amy is a very sweet handicapped young lady who has been employed with Papa Johns for 20 years now. Her job is to fold pizza boxes and she has folded over 1 million boxes in this time frame.
Her family, and Papa Johns felt this was an accomplishment worth celebrating. They invited a large number of family, friends and people from the community to celebrate this special day.
Papa Johns Headquarters sent her some special gifts, and she was given a 20 year lapel pin.
They asked Ron and I to provide the music and entertainment for the day, and we were more than happy to oblige.
Lots of food, music, and dancing made for a very enjoyable Sunday afternoon.
Of course, amongst other items on the buffet, Papa Johns Pizza was served. ;)
I am so privleged to be a part of such a great group of Special Needs people and a community that supports them.