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April 26, 2011GALLATIN, MO |  By: Compton


The second annual "Access to Agrability and You" workshop will be held tomorrow in Gallatin.

The agrability project was created to assist people with disabilities employed in agriculture, and provides a wealth of resources. Deanna Brown, program director for "Access 2 Independent Living Center" in Gallatin, says the event is a great resource for farmers and ranchers with disabilities. Those attending will enjoy presentations by the USDA, vocational rehabilitation, and the Missouri Alternative Center, along with live demonstrations. The workshop will close with an evening meal and the video "Agrability: It's About Hope", produced by the National Agrability Project. The workshop will be held tomorrow at 101 Industrial Parkway in Gallatin beginning at 1 O'clock. Dinner will be held between 6:15 and 6:30.