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AGENCY SUPPORTS STAFF LEADERS

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.

DODGE POND SUMMER CAMP ACCEPTING APPLICATIONS NOW

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.

THE ARC JEFFERSON – ST. LAWRENCE’S ACTORS AND DANCERS, PRESENT A PERFORMANCE FOR THE ENTIRE FAMILY

FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE – The Arc Jefferson – St. Lawrence (www.thearcjslc.org), a private, non-profit organization committed to maximizing the potential of people with intellectual and developmental disabilities, is proud to announce that tickets are available for the Community Arts Showcase, which will be held on Saturday, May 11, 2019 at 7:00 p.m. in the Proscenium Theater at SUNY Potsdam’s Performing Arts Center.

THE ARC JEFFERSON - ST. LAWRENCE NEW YORK UNIFY

FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE: The Arc Jefferson - St. Lawrence New York (www.thearcjslc.org), is pleased to announce that they have completed the process of unification. The agencies formally known as St. Lawrence NYSARC and Jefferson Rehabilitation Center merged to enhance both agencies’ ability to support people with developmental disabilities.

GRANT FROM NYSARC TRUST SERVICES SUPPORTS RECREATIONAL ACTIVITIES

FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE – St. Lawrence NYSARC, a private, non-profit organization committed to maximizing the potential of people with intellectual and developmental disabilities, received grants totaling $38,500 from the Trustee Management board of NYSARC Trust Services, in 2018. The funds were used to support local guardianship and recreational programs benefitting 1,513 people with disabilities.