2018 Ball Photos

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The Riverfront Ballroom at the Chase Center on the Riverfront in Wilmington, Del.,
once again was sold-out for the 2018 Disability Ball.

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First stop: the registration desk to get
your wristband and table assignment.


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Sky Brady, everyone's favorite DJ
for the Disability Ball.



Waiting in anticipation of the drawing
for the King and Queen.


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No one wants to miss out on the dancing fun.


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Sharing a special evening with your best bro.


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Happiness is a warm hug at the Disability Ball.


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Colorful balloons mark each guest’s proper table.



Disability Ball Honorary Chairman, Delaware
Attorney General Matt Denn, talks with
BlindSight Delaware Peer Support Manager
Patricia Addison, also a member of the Ball
Planning Committee.


James McGhie and Katherine Ditlow,
2018 King and Queen.


It's easy to get carried away
with all the excitement.


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A picture of your group is the perfect souvenir.


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The conga line is always one of the highlights
of the evening.




Brendan was the lucky winner of a free ticket to the 2019 Ball.  We hope to see you there too!