Special Skills Required

From the Culpeper Star-Exponent Special Skills Required CULPEPER, VA – Two of the 33 Virginia athletes headed to Nebraska next week to compete in the second annual Special Olympics USA National Games are from Culpeper…

Read More

From the Special Olympics Healthy Athletes Newsletter

From the Special Olympics Healthy Athletes Newsletter Translating Special Olympics Skills into Workplace Success – Meet the Didlake Team OPAL, VA – Success can mean so many things – like achieving your goals in life, feeling great about it and living healthy lifestyles. The six employees of the Didlake Opal Business Center who have… Read […]

Read More

Expressive Arts Exhibition To Premier in Rocky Mt Gallery

11/17/06 The Didlake Foundation has announced the premier of an exhibition of art from the Didlake Expressive Arts program at The Edible Vibe, in Rocky Mount, VA on Friday, December 1.  The exhibition will debut at a special reception beginning at 5 p.m. on that date, and will remain at the gallery throughout the month […]

Read More

Peace Corp Mail Center Named GSA Mail Center of the Year

Five years ago the federal government’s General Services Administration (GSA) created the Mail Center of the Year award to honor outstanding work at government mail centers.  The award recognizes the critical role that mail center operations play in conducting the government’s business. Of the first five awards given, we are very proud to say that […]

Read More

Didlake's Lynda McPherson Honored by Proclamation of Fauquier County Board of Supervisors

A Proclamation to recognize Lynda McPherson, a Didlake executive, for her outstanding service to the citizens of Fauquier County was issued at the January 13 meeting of the Fauquier County Board of Supervisors.  Ms. McPherson served as Chairman of the county’s Disability Services Board from 1993 through 2004 and has, according to the proclamation, ‘demonstrated […]

Read More

Didlake VP Ken Rush to Serve on Mayor's Committee in Roanoke City

Ken Rush, Vice President of Didlake, Inc., has been appointed to the Mayor’s Committee for Person’s with Disabilities in Roanoke City.  His work on the committee will include chairing the employment sub-committee, where he will work with other stakeholders, city staff and elected officials toward establishing a city goal to hire at least 5% of […]

Read More