Academy to help disabled adults, open house planned in Carnation

Bridge Academy, an expanded program of the Bridge of Promise summer camp for people with developmental disabilities, is opening soon. Community members are invited to a Bridge Academy open house, 7 to 9 p.m. Thursday, Aug. 15, at the former site of the Riverview School District offices, 32240 N.E. 50th St., Carnation.

Bridge Academy focuses on maintaining and building educational and social skills for individuals over 21 with developmental disabilities. The year-round program is led by director Amy Frentzen. The Academy will be supported by individual and community donations. Space is limited, so guests are asked to register by sending e-mail to Learn more at

Founded in 2006, Bridge of Promise provides engaging recreational, social and educational opportunities for individuals with developmental disabilities.


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