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Kentucky Derby Party

Saturday, May 7, 2016 from 4pm – 7pm
at the home of  Rachael And Bobby Elmore
Reunion – 111 Carlyle Dr. Madison, MS 39110

bryant-hawkinsMSD in partnership with the City of Madison created a universal, ADA-approved playground at Liberty Park and an updated playground at Strawberry Patch Park. Children of all ages and abilities are now able to access the inclusive playgrounds at both parks to have fun times.

MSD continues to play an important role in bringing inclusive playgrounds to Mississippi. Your contributions to MSD help fund these playgrounds and ongoing improvements that will be enjoyed by so many.


Trustmark • BankPlus • BlueCross BlueShield

BKD • Jackson Pain Center • Drs. Ken and Nikki Cleveland • Yates Construction
Gertrude C. Ford Foundation • Community Trust/Origin Bank • RAM

St. Dominic • FedEx • Entergy • Community Bank • Nell Wyatt Real Estate
Regions • Bank First • Robby Carr • Magnolia Health
John Nowell • Collins and Barr • T. H. Etheridge Trust
Madison C-Store Exxon • Rusty Healy Agency

  Event Planning Committee  

Leslie Carpenter
Rachel Causey
Ashley Comstock
Allison Conn

Emily Dye
Peggy Goldstein
Sheila Haynes
Dana Jenkins

Janie Mills
Holly Morgan
Lauren Perry
Jennifer Roye

Diane Swanson
Leslie Turner
Sara Beth Wilson

  2016 Board Of Directors  

Conrad Ebner
Rachael Elmore

Loicka Hodges
Kim Inzinna
Steven Inzinna

Becky Ivison
Bill Maxey
Lorie McLeod

John Nowell
Chris Wansley

Since 1959

For half a century, our staff and volunteers have helped fellow Mississippians live gracefully and successfully with disabilities. Some disabilities are caused by birth defects, while many others are the result of injury, disease or aging. Though disabilities usually cannot be cured, MSD provides support to prevent them from encroaching on quality of life.

Whether the need is for financial assistance, advocacy, therapy or reentry into the workforce, MSD makes a significant difference in lives everyday. The Society is often a disabled person’s last resort when their needs cannot be met by any other resource.

Believe in the possibilities!