Inside the 26th Annual Lab School Gala's VIP Reception

The Lab School of Washington, an academic experience for students with learning disabilities, celebrated its 26th annual Gala at the National Building Museum Wednesday night. The Gala evening recognized outstanding individuals with disabilities who have attained success in their chosen careers.

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The Lab School of Washington, an academic experience for students with learning disabilities, celebrated its 26th annual Gala at the National Building Museum Wednesday night. The Gala evening recognized outstanding individuals with disabilities who have attained success in their chosen careers. Leslie Griffin and Julie Herwic are colleagues with one of the night's honorees.
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Gina and Brian Donohue were on hand to support the Lab School, the first of its kind in the nation.
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Philip Sklover, Beverly Sklover, Ann Montgomery and Keith Montgomery, parents of students who have graduated from the Lab School.
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Jan Bonnett and Russ Caspioni are particular fans of the Lab School's multi-sensory art-infused curriculum.
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Jason Hunter, who received the evening's Outstanding Alumni Award, brought his mother, Martha Hunter, to celebrate the special evening.
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Bruce and Susan Stein are among those in attendance at the Gala, which featured a keynote speech by Senator Mark Warner.
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Karin and Joel Hemphill have a son at the Lab School
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Program graduates Nimi R.B. Andersen and Samuel Sklover flank Robert A. Andersen
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Saran and Anu Saran attended because the Lab School helps dispel myths about individuals with learning disabilities.
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