Looking back on 2019... Barrier-Free's Year in Review
Pictured above left to right - Sam Silverman, Jen Shillingburg (Assistant Director Co. B), Jared Parrish, & Josh Shoop.
This year we welcomed 8 new participants to the Barrier-Free family - 4x more than our typical growth!
Pictured left to right - Jenny Laatsch, Grace Thompson (Movement Director), Nicole Hurley, & Katia Anderson.
Barrier-Free doubled our staff by bringing on 3 new incredible staff members.
Pictured Above Left to Right - Mike Eaton (Barrier-Free Promoter), Alex White, Geoffrey Wolf, Nicole Hurley, Chris Anderson
Pictured Below Left to Right - Alex White, Mike Eaton (Barrier-Free Promoter), Tyler Ellyson, Sam Silverman
We created and performed two original plays - A Spooktacular House Party and What it Means to Be Super.
Pictured Above -Summer Improv Showcase Ensemble
Gary Jolbitado, Barrier-Free Teaching Artist, led our well-loved summer improv class culminating with a hilarious improv showcase.
Pictured Above Top Left to Bottom Right - September's Ice Cream Social, October's Screamland Farms Outing, November's Greene Turtle Dinner, December's Trip to Hershey Park
We began Barrier-Free Social Clubs and had four awesome events!
We are proud to be funded in part by an Arts Opportunity Mini-Grant from the Carroll County Arts Council.
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