[Nfbofsc] FW: Governor's Proclamation

David Houck nfbsc at sc.rr.com
Wed Oct 7 17:52:14 UTC 2015



From: Ed Bible [mailto:EBIBLE at sccb.sc.gov] 
Sent: Wednesday, October 07, 2015 1:15 PM
To: 'nfbsc at sc.rr.com'
Subject: FW: Governor's Proclamation 




From: Ed Bible 
Sent: Wednesday, October 07, 2015 1:02 PM
To: Training and Employment
Subject: Governor's Proclamation 


Good Afternoon, 


Please see the attached document concerning the Governor's Proclamation for
the 2015 Disability Employment Awareness Month. 

Below is the text version of the PDF Document  attached.



Proclamation Text: 


State of South Carolina

Governor's Proclamation



WHEREAS, South Carolinians with disabilities have the same aspirations to
competitively work and contribute to their communities as everyone else; and


WHEREAS, business and community leaders have called for a diverse and
capable work force to further advance the South Carolina economy; and


WHEREAS, the support and cooperation of all people are needed to reduce the
attitudinal and physical barriers that hinder full acceptance of people with
disabilities and their rightful place in employment; and


WHEREAS, Disability Employment Awareness Month recognizes that individuals
with disabilities are capable, contributing members of society worthy of
full access and inclusion in South Carolina's workforce.


NOW, THEREFORE, I, Nikki R. Haley, Governor of the Great State of South
Carolina, do hereby proclaim October 2015, as






throughout the state and encourage all South Carolinians to identify
barriers to employment for persons with disabilities and continue to work
toward improvements to ensure a competitive wage in an integrated
environment for all South Carolina's citizens.











July is Fireworks Safety Month. Eye injuries from fireworks can be
traumatic. Prevent Blindness America estimates that there are over 2000 eye
related injuries caused by fireworks each year. The South Carolina
Commission for the Blind encourages you to use caution around fireworks. Let
the professionals handle them! For more information about how the SC
Commission for the Blind can help you or a loved one, please visit us at
www.sccb.state.sc.us or give us a call at 803-898-8731. 

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