July 24, 2008
On July 24, Minister Jablonski toured Chrysalis in Edmonton. Chrysalis operates day programs and services to more than 400 adults with developmental disabilities in the province.
(left to right) Vice President of Edmonton Services Trevor Crick and Chrysalis President and CEO Lynn Groves Hautmann present artwork created by a Chrysalis client to Honourable Mary Anne Jablonski as a souvenir of her visit.
Minister Jablonski shakes the hand of Chrysalis client Ashley Palmer and listens to some of Ashley's accomplishments and new goals. In this photo Ashley and Laura Pavao (background) are accessing the Chrysalis Learning Centre, a new educational program at Chrysalis.
(left to right) Art Instructor Gonzalo Canales, Chrysalis President and CEO Lynn Groves Hautmann, MLA Doug Elniski, Honourable Mary Anne Jablonski and her Executive Assistant Pam Livingston, and Vice President of Edmonton Services Trevor Crick.
ACDS 3-year Accreditation: Chrysalis received accreditation status on March 13, 2008 and was officially presented with the certificates on July 24, 2008.
(left to right)Chrysalis Society Board Chair Garth Norris, Minister of Seniors and Community Supports Mary Anne Jablonski, Chrysalis President and CEO, Lynn Groves Hautmann, PDD Edmonton CEO Hart Chapelle, and MLA for Edmonton-Calder Doug Elniski.