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Celebrating TCH's 50th Anniversary

TCH has been changing lives of individuals with disabilities for 50 years.

2017 marks TCH's 50th year of providing hope and purpose for individuals with disabilities.

You may ask "why is this so significant?" 

Yes, many organizations have been operating for 50 years or longer, but what makes our anniversary so special to us is the many accomplishments and advancements we've made since 1967. Not just here at TCH but in the disability community as a whole. 

Don't be left in the Dark...

The Monster Mash is almost here

 Ghosts and Goblins will soon appear;

 

Come in costume or come as you are

 Everything under the big top will be bizarre;

 

A spooktacular night that is CarnEvil

 Where all the madness will be revealed;

 

Your business + TCH Monster Mash = Employment for people with disabilities.

Earning a paycheck goes beyond actual dollars received, it builds confidence and independence for people with disabilities.

Watch Robbie's story here

October is National Disability Awareness Month.  What does that mean for your business? 

Mirror mirror on the wall who has the best costume of all?

TCH Monster Mash Costume contest is full of fright, who will be the scariest of the night?

This year’s Monster Mash theme: CarnEvil is sure to bring out the chilling clowns, eerie entertainers,  and mysterious masquerades.

For the past several years we have one couple that has won with elaborate costumes.  Frankenstein and his bride; John Mayer and Katie Perry; Elvis and Marilyn Monroe; and the ghosts of a past era have won the TCH Monster Mash costume contest.  Will your costume be spine-tingling enough this year to take home the creepy clown award?

Step into the world of CarnEvil at the 2015 TCH Monster Mash

Under the bizarre big tent you will find menacing madness, Thrilling games, chilling chow, and spine tingling activities.  Carnival goers can win prizes at the game booths, show their moves on the dance floor, bid on silent and live auction items, sample cigars, and compete in the costume contest.

You will help us scare up some funds to support employment programs for people with disabilities.

Reserve your space today - individuals $80 each, $1000 for a reserved table of 10

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