A spokesman for Rush Homes, a non-profit that helps Lynchburg citizens with disabilities find affordable housing, is the featured speaker in Randolph’s Voices of Lynchburg series this Wednesday, November 2.
The program is free and open to the public and will be held in the Chandler Lounge of the Randolph College Student Center at 5:30 p.m. Refreshments will be served.
Ray Dyke, Jr., also known around the community as “Sugar Ray,” will speak and answer questions about volunteerism and bridging the gap between Lynchburg and its higher education institutions. Dyke, paralyzed from the waist down since he was hit by a drunk driver in 1993, has been highly involved in drunk driving prevention campaigns throughout the region. He is also a strong advocate for handicap accessibility.
Randolph’s Voices of Lynchburg speaker series is sponsored by The Life More Abundant program and the Office of Multicultural Services.Tags: community, events, speakers, Voices of Lynchburg