To the Editor:

On April 26, Enable, Inc. held its 30th Anniversary Masquerade Casino gala at Mercer Oaks in West Windsor. The evening celebrated Enable’s achievements over the past three decades, as well as our aspirations for the future. A great time was had by all as guests enjoyed the excitement of Masquerade and the thrill of casino gaming.

For the past 30 years, Enable has been committed to providing exceptional services to individuals with disabilities. Today, we are serving adults with intellectual and developmental disabilities, including individuals with Autism Spectrum Disorder. We have 21 group homes, four day programs and in-home support services throughout Central New Jersey.

We were thrilled to honor several very special guests this year including Bloomberg, LP as Corporate Volunteer, April Sette of New Jersey Buzz as Community Advocate, and Ken Falk, Esq. for his many years of service on Enable’s Board.

Many months were spent planning our gala and I would like to acknowledge those who helped bring our event to fruition. Special thanks to our gala committee comprised of Enable staff and several community members, Barbara Brehaut, Fayez Elias, Hillary Spivak, Tiffany Vrabel and Joe Welke; Mercer Oaks, Wow Entertainment; Showstoppers Plus; Escarpeta Photography; Fast Signs; Christina Muller graphic design; and all the individuals and businesses who contributed prizes for our auction.

And finally, I’d like to thank our guests, sponsors and donors. Your generosity will help Enable continue its legacy of making it possible for individuals with disabilities to live full and independent lives as contributing members of the community.

 

Sincerely,

Lisa Coscia, MA

Chief Executive Officer

Enable, Inc.

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