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Jaclyn Smith and AbilityFirst CEO Lori Gangemi at AbilityFirst Stroll & Roll event. Thank you Jaclyn for your continued support

Jaclyn Smith and AbilityFirst CEO Lori Gangemi at AbilityFirst Stroll & Roll event. Thank you Jaclyn for your continued support

More than 1,700 people, including corporate teams, AbilityFirst participants and families, walked, strolled and ran viewing movie backdrop sets at Universal Studios Backlot. AbilityFirst Honorary Chairs Jaclyn Smith and Lee Meriwether formed their own teams. Other special guest included "The Minions" and the Laker Girls!

More than 1,700 people, including corporate teams, AbilityFirst participants and families, walked, strolled and ran viewing movie backdrop sets at Universal Studios Backlot. AbilityFirst Honorary Chairs Jaclyn Smith and Lee Meriwether formed their own teams. Other special guest included "The Minions" and the Laker Girls!

AbilityFirst Board of Directors and Honorary Chairs Jaclyn Smith and Lee Meriwether.

AbilityFirst Board of Directors and Honorary Chairs Jaclyn Smith and Lee Meriwether.

AbilityFirst Board of Directors and Honorary Chairs Jaclyn Smith and Lee Meriwether.

AbilityFirst Board of Directors and Honorary Chairs Jaclyn Smith and Lee Meriwether.

Thank you to all of our supporters and sponsors in helping us reach our goal to provide programs and services for people with disabilities.

Thank you to all of our supporters and sponsors in helping us reach our goal to provide programs and services for people with disabilities.

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Abilityfirst Stroll Roll

<3 Special Olympics. A most special experience that everyone should have. These athletes will stop to help fellow competitors, not at all like other sporting events. It will bring tears to your eyes.

<3 Special Olympics. A most special experience that everyone should have. These athletes will stop to help fellow competitors, not at all like other sporting events. It will bring tears to your eyes.

Once you have your property under contract, you can proceed towards closing. Three things need to happen before you can close. First, the buyer's lender must produce the funds. Second, your mortgage, or any other lien on the title, needs to be paid off. Third, once the title is clear, you can take the final step and sign it over to the buyer. Then you've closed on your house. So is it that simple? Not really.

Once you have your property under contract, you can proceed towards closing. Three things need to happen before you can close. First, the buyer's lender must produce the funds. Second, your mortgage, or any other lien on the title, needs to be paid off. Third, once the title is clear, you can take the final step and sign it over to the buyer. Then you've closed on your house. So is it that simple? Not really.

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