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Liberty's Family Support Services Presents: Peter and Wendy

October 22, 2016, 1:00pm

Lynch Middle School

Sit back and enjoy this performance of the classic children's story of the mischievous Peter Pan brought to you by Liberty's Family Support Services Recreation Program. All actors are individuals that participate in Liberty's FSS programs and are trained by professional actors from the Missoula Children's Theatre. This play is possible through the support of a grant from NYSARC, Inc. Trust Services! Play Synopsis: When Captain Hook sends his right-hand man Smee on a quest to capture Peter Pan, it’s seemingly business as usual... at first. Little does Hook realize what fantastic adventures await him and his pirate posse in their search for the elusive Peter Pan. Mistaken identities, ever-morphing clouds, a classy crocodile, some very lost boys, and a fickle shadow all add to the mayhem. Meanwhile, Mr. and Mrs. Darling embark on a quest of their own and find themselves trekking everywhere from Hawaii to the North Pole in search of their three missing children. With help from the earth-friendly Neverlanders, exotic Neverland creatures, and faithful Tinker Bell, the Darling children are found, disputes are ultimately resolved, and everyone-including Captain Hook-finds a place where they truly belong.

Libertys Family Support Services Presents: Peter and Wendy

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We would like to share the following note that was sent to Liberty CEO Jennifer Saunders from one of our outstanding DSPs, Nick Cummings.

Liberty would like to, once again, thank all of our dedicated DSPs for making a difference in the lives of those you support.

What a perfect way to "wrap up" our DSP recognition celebration!

FROM NICK CUMMINGS
"Hi Jen. Thank You So Much for everything this past week. I would like you to know that I truly believe that Liberty has a very special way of making their staff feel valued every day! I am honored to be a part of such an amazing team, and I am honored to work with such special individuals who I consider to be a part of my family every single day. Thank you for playing a part in reminding me about how important the role I play in these people’s lives truly is. Have a great weekend!"

Photo: Sidney (L) hangs out with one of his favs, Nick!
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We would like to share the following note that was sent to Liberty CEO Jennifer Saunders from one of our outstanding DSPs, Nick Cummings.

Liberty would like to, once again, thank all of our dedicated DSPs for making a difference in the lives of those you support. 

What a perfect way to wrap up our DSP recognition celebration!

FROM NICK CUMMINGS
Hi Jen. Thank You So Much for everything this past week. I would like you to know that I truly believe that Liberty has a very special way of making their staff feel valued every day! I am honored to be a part of such an amazing team, and I am honored to work with such special individuals who I consider to be a part of my family every single day. Thank you for playing a part in reminding me about how important the role I play in these people’s lives truly is. Have a great weekend!

Photo: Sidney (L) hangs out with one of his favs, Nick!

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Candace OpalkaThank you Nick! We are so fortunate to have staff like you who care so deeply for their family at Liberty!

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Jennifer SaundersThis message made my day when I received it and made me smile once again reading it just now. This sums up the purpose of DSP Recognition Week. Thank you to Nick and all of our amazing staff!

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Lolalynn RobinsonLook at you Nick Cummings

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Nick CummingsAwwww you guys are the BOMB!

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We had a little fun toady at Liberty as we helped to support our individuals with their quest in purchasing a “Buddy Bench” for children at the Fonda-Fultonville Elementary School!

Folks purchased tickets for a chance to throw a pie in the face of our very good-natured directors. Twenty lucky winners got a chance to test their throwing skills!

At the end of this extremely fun time on a beautiful day, much needed funds were raised to go towards the “Buddy Bench”!

What’s a Buddy Bench? Whether they are shy or have difficulties in social situations, the “Buddy Bench” helps children feel included! The idea is simple; kids sit on the bench when they’d like to be invited to play or want someone to talk to. It provides them with a subtle way to let other kids know they need a friend.
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We had a little fun toady at Liberty as we helped to support our individuals with their quest in purchasing a “Buddy Bench” for children at the Fonda-Fultonville Elementary School!

Folks purchased tickets for a chance to throw a pie in the face of our very good-natured directors.  Twenty lucky winners got a chance to test their throwing skills!

At the end of this extremely fun time on a beautiful day, much needed funds were raised to go towards the “Buddy Bench”!

What’s a Buddy Bench? Whether they are shy or have difficulties in social situations, the “Buddy Bench” helps children feel included! The idea is simple; kids sit on the bench when they’d like to be invited to play or want someone to talk to. It provides them with a subtle way to let other kids know they need a friend.

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