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Art without Boundaries is part of PAASS and was created to support the Arts. Discover the world of artistic brilliance and unique perspectives with our collection of art created by talented individuals with disabilities. Each piece tells a captivating story, showcasing the power of creativity and the boundless potential of the human spirit. Art by people with disabilities can challenge societal perceptions by offering alternative narratives and perspectives. By showcasing their artistic expression, it encourages a more inclusive society that recognizes the value and contributions of all individuals regardless of their abilities. We have 5 artists who will be displaying their works at Mill Valley Fall Art Festival September 23 and 24, 2003. Some will be for sale with proceeds going back to support various schools as well as PAASS.

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PAASS Made Front Page News!

A great big THANK YOU to Western City magazine for featuring the wonderful partnership of PAASS & Mill Valley Recreation as their April 2018 cover story These expansive programs provide tremendous opportunities for individuals and families in our communities.

“PAASS started as a baseball league, but our families asked us for more opportunities,” says Janet Miller, PAASS President. “Mill Valley Recreation contacted us not only to partner on creating many adaptive classes and a summer camp, but also with an interest in hiring young adults with disabilities. This is a community effort — thanks to support from the city, our participants and families are being included and afforded opportunities that have not been available in Marin County until now. Our volunteers are also benefiting, and everyone is standing side by side, grateful to be helping one another.”

We also extend our deepest gratitude to Jenny Rogers, Kat Reisinger, the Mill Valley Recreation team, the Mill Valley city council members, class teachers, camp counselors, PAASS families and participants, volunteers, and everyone involved in making these programs such a huge success. We’re fortunate to live in such a truly amazing community.

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Is this Miami Valley in Ohio near Dayton?

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