Life at The Bridge Line
community news, updates and inspiration
The Bridge has a new resident counselor, Maggie Witt. She joined us in February and is currently living with our Ridgewind residents.
Hard to believe, the month of February is already over. During that month, many of the residents of Building a Bridge have shared their work with the Greater Community of Charlottesville.
After having a couple of art shows last year, the artists are getting ready to exhibit their work at the McGuffey Art Center.
In December, we celebrated Kevin’s and Zack’s birthday (we will not mention their age!). Heinz baked (or bought) a delicious hazelnut creme cake which we all shared. It was a nice afternoon were we all got together at the Park Street house after art class. Happy Birthday Kevin and Zack! Photos can be found on […]
In the middle of December, we had a Christmas party at the Belmont house.
The “Bel’s” have new housemates:
It can happen to anyone and out of nowhere: an out-of-control car, a slippery sidewalk, an accident on the playing field. It takes but an instant for a persona’s whole world to be turned inside out by brain injury. According to the Brain Injury Association of America an estimated 5.3 million Americans currently live with disabilities resulting […]
At the end of October, we received two brand new garage doors for our Lexington house as a generous donation.
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The Library of Congress celebrates October 2008 National Disability Employment Awareness Month by recognizing the contributions of Americans with disabilities to our society and workforce.
In observance of this month, the JAG School in Charlottesville
It has been a while since we have posted any news. However, many changes have happened over the last months. Sarah had to leave us in August and we wish her well. Just recently, at the end of August, Timo Giersch has joined