Writing on the Wall: Summer 2022

The quarterly newsletter of Wall Residences: a Virginia agency who provides services for individuals with intellectual or developmental disabilities. Services include sponsored residential, group homes, community engagement & community coaching, nursing, therapeutic consultation, and behavioral support. This issue highlights recent achievements of residents, providers, staff, and the agency as a whole during the second quarter of 2022.

The quarterly newsletter of Wall Residences: a Virginia agency who provides services for individuals with intellectual or developmental disabilities. Services include sponsored residential, group homes, community engagement & community coaching, nursing, therapeutic consultation, and behavioral support. This issue highlights recent achievements of residents, providers, staff, and the agency as a whole during the second quarter of 2022.


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<strong>on</strong> <strong>the</strong><br />

<strong>Wall</strong><br />

<strong>Summer</strong> <strong>2022</strong><br />

A Love Story:<br />

John popped <strong>the</strong> questi<strong>on</strong>. Elena said yes! Page 3<br />

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Two Amazing Women<br />

Alyssa & Laurie crowned age category<br />

winners for Virginia Miss Amazing<br />

5 6<br />

Hands On Learning & C<strong>on</strong>necti<strong>on</strong><br />

Central VA WRAP DSPs enjoy a special<br />

training & networking event<br />

A Minature World Comes to Life<br />

Excepti<strong>on</strong>al fine motor and storytelling skills<br />

combine to create an intricate miniature home

Director’s Corner<br />

John Wea<strong>the</strong>rspo<strong>on</strong><br />

“It’s so good to see you!” was <strong>the</strong><br />

greeting heard again and again, as <strong>the</strong><br />

past few m<strong>on</strong>ths brought <strong>the</strong> precious<br />

opportunity to ga<strong>the</strong>r safely. Since our<br />

last newsletter, <strong>the</strong> state has opened<br />

up for more in pers<strong>on</strong> interacti<strong>on</strong><br />

of Sp<strong>on</strong>sored Providers and staff.<br />

Am<strong>on</strong>g <strong>the</strong>se was our first Provider<br />

Meeting in over two years! Held at<br />

<strong>the</strong> end of April, it was an amazing<br />

success. I want to thank every<strong>on</strong>e<br />

who made <strong>the</strong> event a reality, from<br />

<strong>the</strong> fantastic presenters to <strong>the</strong> staff<br />

who pulled it all toge<strong>the</strong>r. It was a<br />

balm to be able to spend time with so<br />

many dedicated, inspirati<strong>on</strong>al people.<br />

The leadership team was so moved<br />

by our experiences and interacti<strong>on</strong>s<br />

at <strong>the</strong> Provider Meeting that we<br />

immediately started making plans<br />

for something similar with staff and<br />

begun looking for locati<strong>on</strong>s to have<br />

our next in pers<strong>on</strong> Provider ga<strong>the</strong>ring.<br />

We have since followed up with small<br />

in pers<strong>on</strong> meetings with Providers in<br />

various regi<strong>on</strong>s of <strong>the</strong> state. If I have<br />

not been to your area yet, keep a look<br />

out for a notificati<strong>on</strong> that members of<br />

<strong>the</strong> leadership team will be visiting to<br />

hear your feedback. We have already<br />

brought back what we learned from<br />

<strong>the</strong> first of <strong>the</strong>se listening sessi<strong>on</strong>s and<br />

made changes to help us grow as an<br />

agency.<br />

While <strong>the</strong> ability to hold virtual meetings<br />

has been necessary to ensure<br />

safety and can be a c<strong>on</strong>venient way to<br />

c<strong>on</strong>nect quickly when needed, <strong>the</strong>re is<br />

nothing like <strong>the</strong> face-to-face time we<br />

took for granted pre-pandemic. The<br />

return of <strong>the</strong> opportunity to c<strong>on</strong>nect<br />

in pers<strong>on</strong> has proven very meaningful<br />

and we appreciate <strong>the</strong> flexibility<br />

that is allowing it to happen. We look<br />

forward to seeing you so<strong>on</strong> at <strong>the</strong> in<br />

pers<strong>on</strong> regi<strong>on</strong>al ga<strong>the</strong>rings.<br />

Within this issue, you will find inspirati<strong>on</strong>al<br />

stories of people living out<br />

<strong>the</strong>ir dreams. You’ll also read about<br />

those who advocate for o<strong>the</strong>rs and<br />

provide <strong>the</strong> support to make those<br />

dreams reality. When we invite people<br />

from outside of our day-to-day operati<strong>on</strong>s<br />

to meetings like <strong>the</strong> Provider<br />

Meeting in April, I always hear how<br />

<strong>the</strong>y love to participate because it is<br />

good for <strong>the</strong>ir soul. Their amazement<br />

at what people (sp<strong>on</strong>sors, group home<br />

providers, individuals, staff, etc.) are<br />

doing in <strong>the</strong>ir communities is ano<strong>the</strong>r<br />

comm<strong>on</strong> refrain. This is part of what<br />

makes working here such a gift. I am<br />

always inspired by you. Thank you!<br />

Advocates for a Lifetime<br />

Sheila and Fred Butler have <strong>on</strong>ly been<br />

<strong>Wall</strong> Residences Providers for about a<br />

year and half, but <strong>the</strong> couple has been<br />

making a difference for o<strong>the</strong>rs for<br />

decades.<br />

They were foster parents to multiple<br />

children, eventually adopting <strong>the</strong>ir<br />

s<strong>on</strong> from <strong>the</strong> foster care system. Fred<br />

is retired after 27 years of service<br />

with <strong>the</strong> Coast Guard. Sheila, who<br />

has served in various caregiving roles<br />

her entire career, is a fierce advocate<br />

who looks for soluti<strong>on</strong>s. For <strong>the</strong> man<br />

<strong>the</strong>y currently support, she secured<br />

grant funding to access speech <strong>the</strong>rapy<br />

at Old Domini<strong>on</strong> University. When<br />

told her program manager praised<br />

her efforts to get him <strong>the</strong> extra help<br />

needed, she shrugs it off. “I had to<br />

do it if he was going to get <strong>the</strong> help.”<br />

While Sheila has a very n<strong>on</strong>chalant<br />

attitude about all she does to fight for<br />

<strong>the</strong> man <strong>the</strong>y support, Fred makes it<br />

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clear. “If it isn’t going right for him,”<br />

Fred says, “For her, it’s <strong>on</strong>!” That<br />

advocacy and <strong>the</strong> support <strong>the</strong>y provide<br />

at home has made a big difference for<br />

<strong>the</strong> individual <strong>the</strong>y support, who has<br />

blossomed under <strong>the</strong>ir care.<br />

The Butlers became providers<br />

after seeing <strong>the</strong> impact of Sp<strong>on</strong>sored<br />

Residential when Sheila worked in<br />

a local <strong>Wall</strong> Residences service. It’s<br />

a decisi<strong>on</strong> both are glad <strong>the</strong>y made.<br />

They love being able to offer opportunities<br />

to o<strong>the</strong>rs and as Sheila says,<br />

“He gives us back so much more than<br />

we do for him.”

C<strong>on</strong>gratulati<strong>on</strong>s<br />

John & Elena!<br />

John and Elena met at work 13 years ago, quickly becoming<br />

friends. After both left that job, a decade passed with<br />

rare interacti<strong>on</strong>s. When life brought <strong>the</strong>m back toge<strong>the</strong>r,<br />

John knew it was a forever love match and presented<br />

Elena with a sparkly ring. “He was so excited, he forgot<br />

to get down <strong>on</strong> <strong>on</strong>e knee!“ laughs Elena. That didn’t stop<br />

her from answering with a resounding YES! The two<br />

share that he proposed a sec<strong>on</strong>d time in fr<strong>on</strong>t of her<br />

family and this time he did get down <strong>on</strong> his knee. The<br />

happy couple recently enjoyed an engagement portrait<br />

sessi<strong>on</strong>, where <strong>the</strong>y absolutely glowed from just being<br />

toge<strong>the</strong>r. We wish you every happiness, John and Elena!

They’re Amazing!<br />

Top: Shooting Star Winner Laurie<br />

Bottom: Junior Miss Winner Alyssa<br />

Just call <strong>the</strong>m amazing…<br />

Miss Amazing, that is!<br />

Alyssa and Laurie were<br />

am<strong>on</strong>g <strong>the</strong> dozens of<br />

women who competed in<br />

<strong>the</strong> Virginia Miss Amazing<br />

pageant, an event that<br />

highlights <strong>the</strong> accomplishments<br />

of women with<br />

disabilities.<br />

The event was held virtually<br />

this year and each<br />

c<strong>on</strong>testant submitted videos<br />

of <strong>the</strong>ir talent performance<br />

and participated in<br />

an <strong>on</strong>line interview with<br />

a panel of judges. Both<br />

women chose to sing as<br />

<strong>the</strong>ir talent performance,<br />

with Laurie doing a beautiful<br />

renditi<strong>on</strong> of Cyndi<br />

Lauper’s Girls Just Wanna<br />

Have Fun and Alyssa sharing a<br />

gorgeous versi<strong>on</strong> of Let It Go<br />

from Frozen. Both loved <strong>the</strong> talent<br />

porti<strong>on</strong> of <strong>the</strong> Miss Amazing<br />

experience. Alyssa commented,<br />

“Talent was <strong>the</strong> most fun!”<br />

During an <strong>on</strong>line awards<br />

cerem<strong>on</strong>y, Alyssa was crowned<br />

Miss Amazing Junior Miss<br />

Queen and Laurie was crowned<br />

Miss Amazing Shooting Star.<br />

The Virginia Miss Amazing<br />

pageant crowns winners<br />

in multiple age categories,<br />

including <strong>the</strong> two that Laurie<br />

and Alyssa w<strong>on</strong>. Tiaras and<br />

trophies were presented to all<br />

<strong>the</strong> winners. Some age categories,<br />

including Alyssa’s,<br />

are designated as “Queens”<br />

and can go <strong>on</strong> to participate as <strong>the</strong>ir<br />

state’s representative at <strong>the</strong> nati<strong>on</strong>al<br />

Miss Amazing pageant!<br />

The nati<strong>on</strong>al Miss Amazing website<br />

states, “Miss Amazing Queens are<br />

disability advocates and community<br />

leaders who are dedicated to making<br />

<strong>the</strong> world a better place. This July,<br />

over 150 Miss Amazing Queens will<br />

meet each o<strong>the</strong>r in Nashville, Tennessee<br />

to make c<strong>on</strong>necti<strong>on</strong>s, share<br />

resources, and celebrate <strong>the</strong>ir achievements.”<br />

Alyssa is thrilled to have <strong>the</strong><br />

opportunity to travel to Nashville. For<br />

<strong>the</strong> nati<strong>on</strong>al pageant, she’s preparing<br />

a spoken introducti<strong>on</strong> of her strengths<br />

and interests, will sing Girl <strong>on</strong> Fire by<br />

Alicia Keys, and is looking forward<br />

to “meeting new people.”<br />

Alyssa is active in Special Olympics,<br />

helps around <strong>the</strong> house, and was<br />

c<strong>on</strong>sidered trustworthy enough to<br />

earn a job working in <strong>the</strong> restaurant<br />

of <strong>the</strong> FBI side of <strong>the</strong> Marine Base in<br />

Quantico, which required a security<br />

clearance. She loves c<strong>on</strong>certs and<br />

is very excited for <strong>the</strong> upcoming<br />

Big Time Rush reuni<strong>on</strong> tour. Of<br />

The J<strong>on</strong>as Bro<strong>the</strong>rs, she says, “I’m<br />

<strong>the</strong>ir biggest fan!”<br />

For Laurie, <strong>the</strong> <strong>2022</strong> Virginia Miss<br />

Amazing pageant was <strong>the</strong> first time<br />

she had ever d<strong>on</strong>e anything like <strong>the</strong><br />

c<strong>on</strong>test and provided a w<strong>on</strong>derful<br />

opportunity to sing solo for a public<br />

audience. Asked if it was fun, she<br />

resp<strong>on</strong>ds with an enthusiastic, “Yes!”<br />

She is hoping to have more chances<br />

to sing for o<strong>the</strong>rs again in <strong>the</strong> future<br />

and has a dream of going to a recording<br />

studio.<br />

C<strong>on</strong>gratulati<strong>on</strong>s to Virginia Miss<br />

Amazing Shooting Star Laurie and<br />

Virginia Miss Amazing Junior Miss<br />

Queen Alyssa!<br />

~Angie Covingt<strong>on</strong><br />


WRAP Immersive Learning Event<br />

In April, <strong>the</strong> Central Virginia WRAP<br />

Team of Program Managers and DSPs<br />

ga<strong>the</strong>red at Riverside Park in Lynchburg<br />

for a day of training, networking,<br />

supervisi<strong>on</strong>, and fun. Since early<br />

2020, our trainings for and with DSPs<br />

have been held mostly individually,<br />

virtually, or during supervisi<strong>on</strong>s which<br />

had left many field staff feeling disc<strong>on</strong>nected<br />

and like <strong>the</strong>y are sometimes<br />

working extremely independently. We<br />

wanted to celebrate <strong>the</strong> opportunity<br />

to come toge<strong>the</strong>r in-pers<strong>on</strong>, allowing<br />

DSPs to engage with <strong>the</strong>ir counterparts<br />

and to introduce new faces. It<br />

was a hit!<br />

WRAP DSPs and participants enjoyed a day of fun. Above: DSPs<br />

Densie Bateman, C<strong>on</strong>cetta Barksdale, and Rennie Covingt<strong>on</strong>.<br />

Left: Brandy with DSP Colby Riley<br />

Our goal was to create an experience<br />

for DSPs to train <strong>on</strong> poignant topics<br />

that avoided a lecture style of learning<br />

and instead allowed each to participate<br />

in immersive learning!<br />

We developed<br />

different stati<strong>on</strong>s<br />

with art activities<br />

that <strong>the</strong>y could do<br />

while interacting<br />

with a PM who was<br />

training <strong>on</strong> a specific<br />

topic. We covered<br />

items like documentati<strong>on</strong>,<br />

MARs/<br />

Medicati<strong>on</strong>s during<br />

WRAP, community<br />

networking, and<br />

more. Our ga<strong>the</strong>ring<br />

was a floating<br />

event where DSPs<br />

could come, bring <strong>the</strong> individuals <strong>the</strong>y<br />

support (who also participated in <strong>the</strong><br />

activities), learn more about our training<br />

topics, have snacks, and engage<br />

with <strong>the</strong>ir larger team as <strong>the</strong>y were<br />

available throughout <strong>the</strong> day.<br />

We had so much fun! It was great to<br />

see so many smiling and c<strong>on</strong>nected<br />

faces throughout <strong>the</strong> day. Many plants<br />

were planted, pots and canvases painted,<br />

swag was collected, and finally a<br />

raffle was held for all <strong>the</strong> DSPs who<br />

attended for a gas gift card! C<strong>on</strong>gratulati<strong>on</strong>s<br />

to DSP Michelle Hughes who<br />

was <strong>the</strong> raffle winner.<br />

Our CVA Program Management team<br />

is thankful for <strong>the</strong> effort, flexibility,<br />

and joy that our DSPs have shown<br />

us c<strong>on</strong>tinually. We hope that we were<br />

able to shine a little bit of light <strong>on</strong><br />

<strong>the</strong>m with this special event!<br />

~Kira Appel<br />


A Master Storyteller<br />

c<strong>on</strong>diti<strong>on</strong>ing unit of popsicle sticks<br />

and drawer liner mesh keeps <strong>the</strong><br />

house cool, while <strong>the</strong> home’s internet<br />

wiring climbs up <strong>the</strong> chimney.<br />

Scattered am<strong>on</strong>g purchased furniture<br />

are hand-crafted pieces made of<br />

popsicle sticks and toothpicks. The<br />

attenti<strong>on</strong> to detail, down to linens in<br />

<strong>the</strong> hope chest, is ast<strong>on</strong>ishing.<br />

<strong>the</strong> place he lives appears. Before<br />

moving in with <strong>the</strong> Turners, he lived<br />

in rentals not properly maintained.<br />

“There’s lots of role playing (interacting<br />

with <strong>the</strong> home and mannequins)<br />

about growing up,” Pam remarks.<br />

There’s a landlord from his early life<br />

he often emulates, who didn’t care for<br />

properties to Dennis’ standard. Taking<br />

<strong>on</strong> that role with this miniature home<br />

gives him <strong>the</strong> power to change <strong>the</strong><br />

narrative and act as he believes a good<br />

landlord should. “He is able to work<br />

through things in his past through this<br />

storytelling,” Pam explains.<br />

When Dennis invites you into<br />

his world, you enter a place<br />

where stories reign supreme. A<br />

master storyteller, he weaves<br />

tales through spoken word and<br />

thousands of tiny physical details<br />

that add up to show you<br />

<strong>the</strong> richness he creates in <strong>the</strong><br />

space he claims as his own.<br />

Dennis also employs his skill<br />

caring for physical spaces in<br />

his job helping maintain <strong>the</strong><br />

Madis<strong>on</strong> Heights office. His<br />

caring nature finds ano<strong>the</strong>r outlet<br />

delivering Meals <strong>on</strong> Wheels<br />

in his community. Everywhere<br />

he goes, those twinkling eyes<br />

“Watch out! She’s g<strong>on</strong>na get you,” he<br />

exclaims, nodding over his shoulder<br />

to <strong>the</strong> far corner of <strong>the</strong> room where<br />

a nurse mannequin stands sentinel,<br />

empty (needleless) syringe and tubing<br />

dangling from her hand. “She gives<br />

shots,” he illuminates. “You gotta<br />

watch out for her.” His eyes twinkle<br />

as he turns from her to <strong>the</strong> centerpiece<br />

of <strong>the</strong> room, <strong>the</strong> astoundingly detailed<br />

miniature house he has built.<br />

Dennis gestures at <strong>the</strong> house proudly,<br />

bending to show off each room in <strong>the</strong><br />

“beach house.” A peek inside reveals<br />

hand laid floors crafted from popsicle<br />

sticks sanded down to make perfect<br />

planks. T<strong>on</strong>gue depressors cut into<br />

rectangles and laid in a pattern form a<br />

c<strong>on</strong>trasting floor in <strong>the</strong> kitchen. An air<br />

Dennis explains <strong>the</strong> beach home<br />

is a rental. As landlord, he has had<br />

some very troublesome minature<br />

tenants. Some caused rodent infestati<strong>on</strong>s<br />

he bravely cleaned out <strong>on</strong>e<br />

by <strong>on</strong>e. Worst was tenants who<br />

caused a fire. “Smoke damage <strong>on</strong><br />

<strong>the</strong> ceiling… had to sheetrock…<br />

put in new paneling… paint,”<br />

Dennis remembers. “Whole lot<br />

to fix it… Whew!” Every time a<br />

tenant damages <strong>the</strong> home, Dennis<br />

jumps into acti<strong>on</strong> and fixes it.<br />

Maintaining <strong>the</strong> home beautifully<br />

is very important to him.<br />

Provider Pam Turner, who has<br />

known Dennis since she was 13,<br />

notes he has <strong>the</strong> most excepti<strong>on</strong>al<br />

fine motor skills of any<strong>on</strong>e she<br />

has ever met. She says using those<br />

skills caring for <strong>the</strong> dollhouse and <strong>the</strong><br />

rest of his surroundings gives Dennis<br />

a needed sense of c<strong>on</strong>trol over how<br />

and bright smile go with him, promising<br />

a tale worth hearing to all who<br />

take time to listen.<br />

~Angie Covingt<strong>on</strong><br />



<strong>2022</strong> <strong>Wall</strong> Residences Milest<strong>on</strong>e Anniversaries<br />

We could not do <strong>the</strong> work we do without <strong>the</strong> stellar efforts of individual<br />

people. It gives us great pleasure to recognize providers and staff<br />

members celebrating milest<strong>on</strong>e anniversaries with <strong>Wall</strong> Residences<br />

in <strong>2022</strong>. Thank you for your dedicati<strong>on</strong> and for <strong>the</strong> difference<br />

you have made and c<strong>on</strong>tinue to make!<br />

Valerie Braxt<strong>on</strong><br />

Dawn Buchanan<br />

Traci Burch<br />

Tom Dunn<br />

Michelle & Kent Gebetsberger<br />

Brandelin Gibs<strong>on</strong><br />

Jessica Hazelett<br />

Cindy Herr<strong>on</strong><br />

Rodney Lockhart<br />

Debby & Jacob Beamer<br />

Pamela Brooks<br />

LaD<strong>on</strong>na Byrd<br />

Karen & Matt Doyle<br />

Tory Fitzgerald<br />

B<strong>on</strong>nie & Larry Golliday<br />

Pamela & John Gough<br />

Brieann & Jas<strong>on</strong> Hale<br />

Patsy Hort<strong>on</strong><br />

Gayle Irby<br />

Kay Adrian & Derf V<strong>on</strong>dy<br />

Tammie Atwell<br />

Marlene & Daryl Beckner<br />

Tammie & Carrie Bryant<br />

Linda Burks<br />

Yolanda Chandler<br />

Nancy & Keith Grubb<br />

Bill & Nelda Hagerman<br />

L<strong>on</strong>nie & Victoria Hitchcock<br />

Evelyn Distelhurst<br />

Rh<strong>on</strong>da & Bruce Norc<strong>on</strong>k<br />

Karen & Larry Sprouse<br />


Five Years<br />

Ten Years<br />

Fifteen Years<br />

Twenty Years<br />

Twenty-Five Years<br />

Kimberly Mays<br />

Ondrake & Chasity Nero<br />

Larry & Pamela Ojibway<br />

Brad Parnell & Sarah Chrosniak<br />

Grace Rock<br />

Rosita Usuah & Howard Dickers<strong>on</strong><br />

Brenda Whart<strong>on</strong><br />

Victoria Woody<br />

Robin & Steve Lambert<br />

Alice Parker<br />

Erin Quinn<br />

Linda Roach<br />

Jeffrey & Patty Shawver<br />

Cindy & T<strong>on</strong>y Taylor<br />

Doug & Angela Taylor<br />

Casey Thomps<strong>on</strong><br />

Angela & Keith Tolbert<br />

Kathy Wilkins<br />

Annabelle Hort<strong>on</strong><br />

Cora Martin<br />

Jane & Walter McDaniel<br />

Shellie & Wayne Moubray<br />

Erica Myers<br />

Grady & Wendy Prest<strong>on</strong><br />

Michael Vercellino<br />

Susan Waggy<br />

Pamela White<br />

Kevin & Nikki Hieatt<br />

Hollis Yeatts<br />

STAFF<br />

Five Years<br />

Kristen Adams<br />

Cecily Alm<strong>on</strong>d<br />

Gennile Barber<br />

Ashley Brown<br />

Tahara Bryant<br />

Kevyn Burn<br />

Katelyn Campbell<br />

Stephanie Carr<br />

Jennifer Cockerham<br />

Robin C<strong>on</strong>ner<br />

Bobby Dalt<strong>on</strong><br />

Caitlin Davis<br />

Emily Doyle<br />

Bobby Harris<br />

Gwendolyn Howell<br />

Michele Humphries<br />

Molly Hunter-Sloan<br />

Megan Ingram<br />

Jennifer Jarrells<br />

Millicent J<strong>on</strong>es<br />

Erin Justis<br />

Lana Landreth<br />

Christina Leckie-Smith<br />

Cassandra Light<br />

Jessica Marshall<br />

Kathryn Moats<br />

Laura Beth Parnell<br />

Nicolle Payne<br />

Lisa Revely<br />

Hea<strong>the</strong>r Reynolds<br />

Hea<strong>the</strong>r Risener<br />

Spring Rucker<br />

Randall Sossam<strong>on</strong><br />

Archie Utt<br />

Marshall <strong>Wall</strong>ace<br />

Amy Walters<br />

Dorothy Watts<br />

Nieka Whitt<br />

Melissa Worrell<br />

Ten Years<br />

Bayley Alphin<br />

Tri<strong>on</strong>a Bas<strong>on</strong><br />

Lisa McDaniel<br />

Angela Newman<br />

Deanna Renn<strong>on</strong><br />


WOW N<strong>on</strong>-Profit Hosts Craft Fair<br />

WOW (<strong>Wall</strong> Opportunities & Wishes)<br />

N<strong>on</strong>-Profit hosted a craft fair at <strong>the</strong> Madis<strong>on</strong><br />

Heights office. Individuals sold hand crafted<br />

creati<strong>on</strong>s ranging from custom birdhouses to<br />

crochet to wreaths. Happy customers found<br />

carefully made unique goods and happy<br />

salespeople made a nice profit. It was a<br />

win win situati<strong>on</strong>! Learn more about WOW at<br />

www.wallopportunitiesandwishes.com or by<br />

emailing wown<strong>on</strong>profit@gmail.com.<br />

Chris (left) and Amanda (above center) celebrate <strong>the</strong>ir first sales of <strong>the</strong> day.<br />

Digital<br />

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It’s been a busy few m<strong>on</strong>ths of doing<br />

life toge<strong>the</strong>r! Enjoy this digital b<strong>on</strong>us<br />

slideshow of photos shared <strong>on</strong> our<br />

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m<strong>on</strong>ths.<br />

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