Local individuals, business & organization to be honored
The Opportunities Unlimited of Niagara Foundation will honor members of the community who “generously invest in Niagara County, inspiring others to make the area a better place in which to live,” and an individual supported by Intandem who has “made progress and reached many personal goals while participating in one or more of its programs.” The dinner will take place Thursday, April 2, at the DoubleTree by Hilton located on Buffalo Avenue in Niagara Falls.
David Whalen, Niagara University’s project director of first responder disability awareness training, is the dinner chair. The 2020 honorees include Mike Landers, owner of Howell Motors, Philanthropy Award; Joe Cecconi’s Chrysler Complex, Business Award; Elks Lodge No. 41, Volunteer Award; and Sandra Null, an individual supported by Intandem, Inspiration Award.
Call 716-297-6400, ext. 2331 or 2335, for more information on how to sponsor a table or purchase individual tickets.
For over 60 years, Intandem (formerly Opportunities Unlimited of Niagara) and The ReHabilitation Center have supported people with intellectual and other developmental disabilities.
For more information, visit www.intandem.org or call 716-297-6400.