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SATURDAY, MAY 18, 2013
RIDE for Respect
RALLY for Human Rights
RAISE Money to Secure the Future
Send off at Whittier Rehabilitation Hospital, 145 Ward Hill Avenue, Haverhill, MA
Registration begins at 9:30am
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The Arc Welcomes Jacqui Morrow to Coordinate Recreation Programs for Greater Haverhill!
Hello! I'd like to introduce myself, my name is Jacqui Morrow, and I have recently accepted the Recreational Coordinator Position for the Greater Haverhill area.
I have five years experience in the medical and mental health field, with the past three years as a Child Care Counselor at St. Ann's Home. As a Child Care Counselor I worked with youth of transition age that have emotional, behavioral, and or developmental disabilities. My experience is enhanced by my Bachelor's degree in Health Science, with a strong focus in community outreach.
As the Greater Haverhill Recreational Coordinator I'll be responsible for outreach to identify teens and young adults with Intellectual and/or Developmental Disabilities (I/DD) as well as developing programs and partnerships with community agencies.
I look forward to meeting everyone and being a part of The Arc of Greater Haverhill -Newburyport! Please feel free to contact me at Jacqui.Morrow@TheArcofGHN.org or 978 373-0552 x 217 with any questions or ideas!
Thanks- I look forward to working with you!
A very big "Thank You" to our friends at the Newburyport Five Cent Savings Bank Charitable Foundation for their support of our Family Resource Center in Newburyport. The Family Resource Center provides vital information and support to families as well as meaningful opportunities for children and adults with intellectual and/or developmental disabilities in the community.
We are extremely grateful for your continued support of our activities!
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The Arc and City of Newburyport Awarded Recycling Grant!
The Arc of Greater Haverhill- Newburyport (The Arc of GHN) has been awarded a national grant from The Arc of the United States with funds through the Walmart Foundation. The grant award is a project of the Walmart Foundation's eXplore eRecycling Initiative from The Arc. The grant was one of ten in the nation that was awarded to local Arc's to provide paid employment for adults with Intellectual and Developmental Disabilities ( I/DD) as well as improve efforts to recycle electronic waste.
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