Governor Hogan Shares Expectations Matter Message

Official Developmental Disabilities Awareness Month Proclamation

Governor Larry Hogan helped spread the “Expectations Matter Expect Ability” message in Annapolis today with an official proclamation celebrating Developmental Disabilities Awareness Month. 


Back, left to right: DD Council Executive Director Brian Cox; Council Member Kalani Brown; Governor Larry Hogan holding DD Month proclamation; Council Member Julie Randall; Council Deputy Director Rachel London; and Secretary of Maryland Department of Disabilities Carol Beatty. Front, left to right: Council Member Brent Debnam and Council Vice Chair Damon Briggs hold “Expectations Matter Expect Ability” sign. 
The State of Maryland Proclamation, Developmental Disabilities
Awareness Month, March 2018.

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