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Wilson's Wish collaborates with Algoma Venture Academy

You will have another chance to connect with others in the community. On June 6th, Algoma Venture Academy and Wilson’s Wish partnered together to create a space for those with disabilities to interact. The event was held at Wilson’s Wish in Luxemburg, an animal rehabilitation farm, where animals who are displaced or disabled are given a second chance. The venue was a wonderful place for those of all abilities to come together and feel accepted. 


Harmonii Gerlach, the event's organizer, said, “I wanted to use my passion to give everyone the same opportunity. I'm excited that this meaningful event at Wilson’s Wish was a success.” Algoma Venture Academy board member Adam Peronto added that “all individuals, regardless of ability, should have the opportunity to connect and thrive. By coming together for this event, we were able to share and recognize that despite perceived differences we are all alike.”


If you would like to visit Wilson’s Wish, you’re in luck. The farm normally only takes private tours but on Friday, June 9th, you have the opportunity to stop by from 5 pm- 9 pm. Along with local art vendors, you and your family can shop, play, and eat. Co-founder and owner of Wilson’s Wish, Tonya Edwards, goes more in-depth about why events like these benefit the community. 

For more information on future events, check out their Facebook. 


Picture courtesy of the Algoma Venture Academy and Kinect M1

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