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Albany ARC to dedicate Bowling Campus

ALBANY, GA (WALB) -

The Albany ARC, which creates life changing solutions for people with disabilities, is dedicating the Albany ARC Annette Bowling Campus on Monday.

On June 9 at 5:30 p.m. The new campus building at 3005 Old Dawson Road will be dedicated to Annette Bowling, their retired executive director, who served for 40 years, and will be on-hand to welcome the Chamber of Commerce representatives and community friends.   

At the Tribute held in Ms. Bowling's honor during October 2013, the Board of Directors honored Ms. Bowling for her years of service by naming the new program offices building after her. At the annual meeting, Ms. Bowling was recognized by over 30 elected officials, state commissioners and executive directors from other service provider agencies from across the state.  

 Founded 50 years ago, The Albany Advocacy Resource Center, advocates on behalf of persons with disabilities, and has become one of the largest and most successful private provider agencies in Georgia.

The Albany ARC serves a wide range of disabilities and supportive living needs. Albany ARC is recognized as Georgia's standard of consumer-driven, cost –effective services.   At the conclusion of the Ribbon Cutting and Dedication, the agency will hold its annual Membership Meeting.  

 

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