CTD 2016 Annual Report Hit #3

CTD Top Ten Hits of 2016

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From our ongoing advocacy work and yearly events to the purchase of our new building, 2016 has been a huge year for CTD! Check out the highlights of our year in review. Formerly a guitar store, our sweet new digs inspired the music theme of this year's report.

3. This is not my beautiful house...

7 images. 1 in front of glass doors, a man in a suits sits at a table and signs a sheet of paper, among other pages scattered on the table. 2 From a side angle, a group of young men stand on and around a large wooden. 3 A large, wooden screened-in porch with a rectangular brown sign hanging from the top. On the side are large red letters CTD, with a white shape of Texas in the center of the D, followed by smaller, white text reading Coalition of Texans with Disabilities. 4 a wooden sign painted with the numbers 1716, half of a face peeks up at the camera from the bottom of the frame. 5 Two men in power chairs roll out of a large wooden front door. 6 Shot from a high angle, three men, one seated in a wheelchair, puzzle over a flower bed off a sidewalk. 7 From a low angle, two women stand on a front porch and smile at the camera.

Counter-clockwise from upper left: CTD's Dennis Borel signs the deed to 1716 San Antonio St. CTD's Laura Perna at the new building. Bob Kafta and Juan Munoz at the October Grand Opening. CTD's Chris Masey, William Greer, and Chase Bearden install a new mailbox. CTD's Laura Perna and Injured Athlete's Toolbox's Heidi Armstrong. Our front porch and custom sign. Dr. Carlos Cervantes of Huston-Tillotson University and his Adaptive Physical Ed students with CTD's Chase Bearden and Juan Munoz.

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Wait, yes it is! When we learned that TSTA, our landlord of 25 years, was selling their building, we won’t lie, we were concerned about where we would land. But with that worry, came the sense that we might be on the verge of something really exciting. As proud owners of 1716 San Antonio St., we can confidently say that we were right!

Since we moved in this summer, in addition to continuing daily operations, we have:

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