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18 Stories for 18 Stories: River

18 Stories for 18 Stories On October 22nd, dedicated members of our community will be rappelling down 18 stories of the Hyatt Regency of Louisville in support of DSL as a part of Over The Edge 2022. We’re sharing 18 different stories about what DSL means to our members, their loved ones, and our community […]

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18 Stories for 18 Stories: Ankur Chandan

It’s time for another installment of 18 Stories for 18 Stories On October 22nd, dedicated members of our community will be rappelling down 18 stories of the Hyatt Regency of Louisville in support of DSL as a part of Over The Edge 2022. We’re sharing 18 different stories about what DSL means to our members, […]

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18 Stories for 18 Stories: Emily Bush

18 Stories for 18 Stories On October 22nd, dedicated members of our community will be rappelling down 18 stories of the Hyatt Regency of Louisville in support of DSL as a part of Over The Edge 2022. We’re sharing 18 different stories about what DSL means to our members, their loved ones, and our community […]

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DSL Member, Jill Wright, cast in Sister Act the Musical

Congrats to DSL Member, Jill Wright, on being cast in Redline Performing Arts Company’s upcoming production of Sister Act the Musical! “Sister Act is the feel-good musical comedy smash based on the hit 1992 film that has audiences jumping to their feet! Featuring original music by Tony- and eight-time Oscar winner, Alan Menken (Newsies, Beauty […]

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Kindness Warrior Walk 2022

Join Down Syndrome of Louisville as we unite for a common cause and raise funds at the 2022 Kindness Warrior Walk. Whether you have Down syndrome, know someone who does, or just want to show your support, take the first step and donate or register today! Help us spread the word; all are welcome for […]

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ATTENTION THRILL SEEKERS

You have ONE HUNDRED days until it’s time to go OVER THE EDGE for Down Syndrome of Louisville. – Anyone who raises $1,000 or more gets to send someone Over The Edge of Louisville Hyatt Regency in Downtown Louisville. – If $1500 is raised, you get to wear a GoPro to document the experience. – […]

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Board Spotlight – Meet Shelby

Hello everyone! My name is Shelby Young. I was born and raised in Louisville, Kentucky along with my two sisters Lauren and Bailee who both happen to have Down Syndrome. I am the middle child, so I had a unique experience growing up and had the opportunity to see how services and supportive opportunities for those […]

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Board Spotlight – Meet Sarah

I was born and raised in Louisville with my 2 older brothers (Jason and Josh – yes I am the baby and the only girl). My father was a Home Builder and my Mother was a Registered Nurse and homemaker. I attended St. Bartholomew for elementary and middle school. Graduated with Honors from Assumptions High […]

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Board Spotlight – Meet Wes

Raised to live in a way that must have reason and purpose. DSL: My background in having a cousin with down syndrome, working a couple of Special Olympics State games with my aunt while growing up, and coaching the Louisville Jazz, a basketball team with many members of DSL has lead me to want a […]

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Board Spotlight – Meet Laura

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Board Spotlight – Meet Darla

My first connection with DSL was 20 years ago when my daughter Ellie was born. At that time, DSL was very small, operating in a tiny office. Our first Buddy Walk there was about 150 people present. We watched DSL grow into the renovated old house on Bardstown Road and now to our beautiful campus. […]

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Board Spotlight – Meet Eric

Work: Insuramax, Insurance Agent/Partner From: Louisville High School: Ballard (1999 State Soccer Champions and Ranked #1 in the country) College: University of Kentucky  Hobbies: Golf, Tennis, Family, Soccer Community: Leukemia & Lymphoma Society, Wesley Manor, Independent Insurance Agents of Kentucky, and YPAL.  Wife: Lindsay Family:  Harper (11), Molly Frances (8) and Wells (6) Dog: Annie […]

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