Six direct support professionals at Hammer Residences, a Wayzata-based nonprofit serving individuals with developmental and intellectual disabilities, were nominated for awards from the Association of Residential Resources in Minnesota Cares and American Network of Community Options and Resources.

Among the nominees are Kossi Amedome, Joan Boerschinger, Virginia Carpenter, Nadu Lawson, Jena Meyer and Cyrus Varney.

The organizations share in Hammer’s mission to advance home and community based services supporting people living with disabilities in their pursuit of meaningful lives in their communities.

Hammer will recognize the nominees 10 a.m. Thursday, July 18, at the Crowne Plaza, 3131 Campus Dr., Plymouth.

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