SRES.36 - A Resolution Recognizing February 19, 2013 As The Centennial Of Mosaic, A Faith-based Organization That Was Founded In Nebraska And Now Serves More Than 3,600 Individuals With Intellectual Disabilities In 10 States.

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2/14/2013--Passed Senate without amendment. Recognizes February 19, 2013, as the centennial of Mosaic (a faith-based organization that serves individuals with intellectual disabilities). Recognizes the important and valuable contributions that such individuals make in their communities. Celebrates the integral role that Mosaic has played in the growth and success of such individuals. Congratulates the men and women who have touched countless lives by contributing to the mission of Mosaic to create a life of possibilities for individuals with intellectual disabilities.

Submitted In The Senate, Considered, And Agreed To Without Amendment And With A Preamble By Unanimous Consent.
February 14th 2013 @ 12:00 AM

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