Casual Day to help United Cerebral Palsy Workers pay to dress down

June 13, 1993|By Staff Report

Employees at companies throughout Carroll County wil celebrate summer Friday with a Casual Day to benefit United Cerebral Palsy.

Participating firms include:

* The Carroll County Department of Social Services;

* Western Maryland College;

* Westminster Bank and Trust;

* and Carroll County Bank and Trust.

More than 20,000 employees, representing more than 200 companies across Maryland, have made $5 donations to United Cerebral Palsy to buy the right to dress casually at work.

Money from the event will be used to assist adults with disabilities in finding and maintaining employment in the community through United Cerebral Palsy's Supported Employment Program.

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