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2009 Lehigh Valley Health Network Marathon for Via 2009 Lehigh Valley Health Network Marathon for Via
Mommies on the Run Mommies on the Run
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Early Intervention Services – A Bright and Healthy Start Early Intervention Services - Living with Special Needs
Community Employment  Everybody Works Community Employment – Everybody Works
Community Connections  Connecting in the Community Community Connections – Connecting in the Community
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Tempo showcases Via Children’s Services and Employment programs.

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2007 Via Lehigh River Relay & WFMZ's Mission: Marathon

2007 Via Lehigh River Relay & WFMZ’s Mission: Marathon
Via announces new course design & Channel 69 sign on to run the marathon.

2007 Team Run FMZ Encourage Viewers to Get Involved
Eve Tannery and Mark Shanaberger are getting ready for race day and want you to get involved!

Jason J-Mac" McElwain

Jason “J-Mac" McElwain
Via All-Star Classic 2007 Keynote Speaker
Jason "J-Mac" McElwain, manager of his high school basketball team, made history with four minutes left in the team’s last home game.  Having never played in a game, the team’s coach put J-Mac in and he proceeded to hit six three point shots and finished with 20 points and was carried off the court on his teammate’s shoulders.  Why did he make history?  Because Jason is autistic.

 

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