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"Night with the Tribe" Benefit to Support Disability Services in Cuyahoga County

Posted August 02, 2018 in Press Releases

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“Night with the Tribe” Benefit to Support Disability Services in Cuyahoga County
Cheer on the Indians and LEAP at the Terrance Club Sept. 20

Linking Employment, Abilities and Potential (LEAP), a Northeast Ohio disability-services organization, will host a fun-filled night at Progressive Field’s Terrace Club on Thursday Sept. 20 from 6-10 PM.

Enjoy all the excitement of the Tribe baseball along with a generous buffet meal of ballpark favorites, game snacks, silent auction and raffle, visit and photo op with Tribe mascot Slider, and silent auction and raffle of unique prizes. Settle in for dinner while watching the home team take on the Chicago White Sox beginning @ 7:10 PM. Tickets are $65 each and include Terrace Club access throughout the game plus individual reserved seat (upper deck) or ADA seat game ticket, buffet meal* and non-alcoholic beverages. *Event-included buffet meal available from 6-8 PM only; Terrace Club menu items and/or park concessions are available for additional purchase after 8 PM. Guests may watch game from the Terrace Club and/or their individual seat until close of game. ADA (accessible) game seating also available. Cost of stadium parking excluded.

Individual event tickets are $65 until Aug. 31;$75 from Sept. 1 to game day.
Sponsorship packages including game tickets are also available and range from $100-$2500.

Visit for further details, sponsorships and to buy tickets.
For additional information, contact LEAP: or 216.696.2716.

All proceeds benefit LEAP and support a wide range of services for people with disabilities.

“Night with the Tribe” is generously presented by Shurtech Brands,Western Reserve Area Agency on Aging, and Mimi Vanderhaven.

LEAP is a federally recognized and CARF-Accredited Center for Independent Living (CIL). CILs are non-residential places of action and coalition where persons with disabilities develop necessary skills, empowering them to make their own life choices. To learn more about the many programs and services provided by LEAP forpersons with disabilities, contact LEAP: Facebook, Twitter, LinkedIn, www.leapinfo.orgor call 216.696.2716.

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About LEAP Linking Employment, Abilities and Potential (LEAP) is an agent of positive change, working to advance participation and equality in society for people with disabilities in Northeast Ohio.Founded more than 35 years ago by people with disabilities, LEAP serves over 1,500 individuals annually, and works to promote social change to enhance their quality of life.Through a comprehensive array of services, LEAP assists people with disabilities in living independently in their own homes, participating in community life, and finding and maintaining stable employment.To ensure delivery of effective services, the majority of staff and board members at LEAP are people with disabilities themselves.