Join the JRC Foundation for a fun-filled family day, all while supporting a great cause at Old McDonald's Farm.
Check in at 8:45-9:45 am!
Race starts at 10 am sharp!
The 5K Run & Walk is $25, includes a timing chip and FREE T-shirt if registered by 10/07! Please note that the course is a flat, fast course perfect for any fitness level! 5K Run is professionally timed with prizes in 8 age groups.
$5 discount with military ID!
$30 same day registration
The 2 mile Family Fun Run/Walk is $10 per adult, $5 ages 4-12, kids 3 & under are free. T-shirts can be purchased for additional $10 each, by 10/07!
FREE Old McDonald's Farm passes for all youth participants ages 12 & under!
Light Lunch & Goody Bags for all participants!
PRIZES for the BEST COSTUME 12 & under, adult, and team/family categories!
Services for Medicaid eligible children experiencing emotional or behavioral difficulties. Supports include strength-based assessments, individualized service planning, culturally appropriate person and family center services, and transition planning.
The Foundation of St. Lawrence NYSARC (www.thearcjslc.org), is holding a walk to promote awareness of Autism Spectrum Disorders at 10:00 a.m. on Saturday, September 14, 2019 at the Village Park on Main Street in Canton, N.Y. Registration begins at 9:00 a.m. The event will be hosted by WWNY-TV’s Jeff Cole.
The Arc Jefferson – St. Lawrence supported three staff members to attend the St. Lawrence Leadership Institute (SLLI) through SUNY Potsdam during the past school year. Erin Armstrong, Community Resources Manager; Tim Neuroth, Professional Development Educator; and Kolby Weaver, Community Relations Associate had excellent experiences with the program and are grateful that the agency sponsored their participation.
FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE: The Arc Jefferson - St. Lawrence New York (www.thearcjslc.org), is now accepting applications for the children’s Summer Camp at Dodge Pond in Fine, N.Y. The Rotary Clubs of St. Lawrence and Jefferson Counties sponsor this wonderful vacation so that it may be offered to children with disabilities ages 8 through 21 for free of charge.