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March For Respect At John Dam Plaza In Richland, WashingtonOn Saturday, March 21 noon, everyone is encouraged to join the "March for Respect" at John Dam Plaza in Richland, Washington.

Details of the Event
March for Respect is a public rally honoring citizens with disabilities. The rally will feature inspirational speeches that show respect and honor for those that live every day with a disability. This is a day to celebrate abilities. 3/4 mile walk around John Dam Plaza. Listen to great music and enjoy a hot dog.

Gather with friends and community members. All citizens of Benton & Franklin counties who want to "Show their Respect" for people living with disabilities in our community.

For more information go to https://www.facebook.com/events/1393645577617861/

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Seahawks Rally, Carousel Of Dreams & Southridge Sports Complex Kennewick, WashingtonOn Saturday, January 31 everyone is invited to the Seahawks Rally happening at the Carousel of Dreams & Southridge Sports Complex in Kennewick, Washington.

About the Event
Join the Carousel of Dreams, Eagle 106.5 and Tri Cities 12's for fun, parade, and a carousel ride. Meet at the center of the 4 baseball fields (utilize north parking area). Carousel rides for a dollar if you show your Seahawk colors. Get your Seahawks on and join us! 

Gathering begins at 11 a.m., rally starts around 12:12 p.m.

For more details go to https://www.facebook.com/events/791512857583356/ and https://www.facebook.com/gesacarouseldreams

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March for Respect at John Dam Plaza, Richland WAThe Arc of Tri Cities will honor citizens with disabilities through a public rally. The event will be called March for Respect, and it will take place in Richland, Wa at the John Dam Plaza on March 22, from 12 to 1:30PM.

The Arc of Tri Cities Mission
Established in 1954, the Arc of Tri Cities has been a provider of services to individuals with intellectual and development disabilities in the Benton and Franklin Counties. For the past 60 years, this educational facility and sports club has been offering 14 different services in the area and is serving more than 1,400 individuals each year.

The Arc of Tri Cities’ mission and vision is simple – “To provide leadership, advocacy, and opportunities that enable persons with intellectual and other

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