The annual Paul Wolff Accessibility Advocacy Awards have been announced.
The individual award went to Kelsey Kehoe, who has developed and expanded mental health services on the Cuesta College campus through her work with the Peer Advisory and Advocacy Team.
The business award went to Rabobank for their ongoing support of persons with disabilities in San Luis Obispo County for more than a decade.
The community organization award was received by the North County Adaptive Sports & Recreation Program that provides opportunities for recreation, sports, and socialization for people with special needs in the community.
The lifetime achievement award was awarded to Ruth and Ron Vasconcellos, who have advocated for quality of life concerns for people with disabilities for many years.
Now in its 12th year, these annual awards are given to individuals, businesses, organizations and others for exemplary contributions toward the creation of a barrier-free community for people with disabilities during the past year.