Robin was a bright light in Dale and Roy Rogers’ lives. She was born with Down syndrome and in her short life of 2 years, she inspired the beginning of great changes for people with disabilities. Upon the release of Angel Unaware, Dale’s popular book chronicling Robin’s short life, the support of people with disabilities grew exponentially as it reached millions who admired Dale and Roy Rogers for their candor and their devotion to their daughter.
At our 60th Anniversary celebration in October, the Rogers family will unveil the “Robin’s Corner” museum exhibit to be on display on campus. This exhibit will contain items mentioned in the book that were once owned by Robin, all items were generously donated by the Rogers family from their museum in Branson, MO. DRTC is honored to carry on the Rogers family legacy in their support of people with disabilities.