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The Language Banc is Proud to Support the 2016 AccessAbility Rockin’ 5K Walk & Roll on June 11

As Minnesota’s premier translation and interpretation services provider, we are proud to sponsor AccessAbility Rockin’ 5K Race/ Walk & Roll at North Mississippi Regional Park in Minneapolis, on Saturday, June 11.

The Rockin’ 5K Race/ Walk & Roll is a fundraiser for AccessAbility’s programs that support people on the path to becoming self-sufficient and break down barriers to employment. It’s a great match –  The Language Banc is also in the business of breaking down barriers – our team breaks down cultural and language barriers for people every day.

Siyad Abdualhi, founder and CEO of The Language Banc says, “We couldn’t be more proud to partner with AccessAbility, their programs have a meaningful impact on the lives of people in our community. Their work is making Minneapolis a better place for all of us.”

The best part is that everyone can participate in the Rockin’ 5K, come and run, walk or roll or to enjoy the park on what we hope will be a beautiful June day.

Date:   Saturday June 11

Time:   9:00 AM Registration starts

9:30 AM Opening Ceremony

10:00 AM Race & Walk Starts

Place: North Mississippi Regional Park

Who:   Everyone is invited! If you can roll, walk, run or just want to cheer everyone on, it’s a great way to enjoy a gorgeous Minneapolis park on the banks of the Mississippi River.

Cost:    $35 for the 5K race, includes dry weave running shirt

$25 for the Walk/Roll, includes cotton event T-shirt


Call Access Ability 612-331-5958 with questions about the race.

Access Abilities http://www.accessability.org/

Established in 1948 and headquartered in Northeast Minneapolis, AccessAbility serves an incredibly diverse community of people, all of whom face barriers to sustainable employment and community inclusion. These barriers include disabilities, homelessness, prior involvement in the criminal justice system, and limited English literacy, just to name a few.

By partnering with businesses and organizations throughout the Twin Cities, we are able to provide programs and services which help people remain on a path to self-sufficiency.

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