First published in the Oct. 6 print issue of the Pasadena Outlook.
Photos courtesy AbilityFirst
AbilityFirst recently held its Stroll & Roll Kick-Off Luncheon at the California Endowment Center in downtown Los Angeles, where more than 150 guests joined together to get inspired and ready for the first in-person Stroll & Roll in three years.
Corporate teams, AbilityFirst participants and their families came together, while enjoying special video messages from AbilityFirst honorary chairs, actress Jaclyn Smith (“Charlie’s Angels”) and media personality, Hunter March (“E! Nightly Pop News.”)
Emcee Tim O’Brien of the Personal Branding Group presented AbilityFirst with a check for $5,400 and committed to raising nearly $100,000 by 2026 for AbilityFirst programs empowering people with disabilities.
The 2022 Stroll & Roll will be held at the Santa Anita Park in Arcadia on Saturday, Nov. 12. To learn more and register, visit strollandroll.org.