(L to R) Dr. Dawn Entzminger and Kelly Monson with their recognition from the Mayor’s Committee on Disabilities. Photo: Ann Ede
JAMESTOWN, N.D. (NewsDakota.com) – The Mayor’s Committee on Disabilities awarded two Jamestown individuals for their continued work in the community.
On Monday, Mayor Dwaine Heinrich read and signed a proclamation in recognition of 30 years of the Americans with Disabilities Act signed in 1990 by George H.W. Bush.
Beth Dewald, Chair for the Mayor’s Committee on Disabilities, says they wanted to recognize an individual for their community work and support of individuals with disabilities.
Dr. Dawn Entzminger of Dr. Dawn’s Pet Stop was recognized for her focus on an individual’s abilities and allowing them to be a part of the team.
Along with Dr. Dawn, Kelly Monson, employed at Dr. Dawn’s, was recognized for his care and comfort to the animals during their routine surgeries. Monson is a member of Triumph, Inc.
Dewald says their committee will continue working on their goal of making Jamestown an accessible place to work and live.