ARC of Rockland | 25 Hemlock Drive | Congers, NY | 10920 | 845-267-2500

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Putting People First

ARC  of Rockland Executive Director Carmine Marchionda addressed members of the Rockland Development Council during a September 16 meeting at ARC of Rockland Headquarters in Congers.  In a presentation entitled "Confronting the Game Change,"  Mr. Marchionda discussed some of the current fundraising challenges faced by non profit organizations. He emphasized the value of letting  potential donors know the ways in which their contributions impact the lives of the people they support.  To learn more about ARC of Rockland please call 845.267.2500.

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Safety First

Several ARC staff members are volunteering their time this week to give agency vehicles a thorough inspection. Cleanliness, insurance cards, appropriate tags, first aid kits and tires are among the 17 areas evaluated.

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Happy Birthday

Campbell Bolton celebrates her 4th birthday at ARC of Rockland's Prime Time for Kids Early Learning Center. Sweets for the sweet!

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Collecting School Supplies

ARC volunteers collected school supplies for Rockand County's at-risk students. The supplies were donated for distribution by People to People's Back to School with Dignity project. From left: Robert Barbera, Kristi Conklin and Amy Jacobs.

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The Chefs...

Miraline Rivera, left, and Sadie Mack are pictured at left whipping up a dish for ARC of Rockland's Healthy Recipe Cook-Off sponsored by ARC Residential Services. Entries included Vegetable Lasagna, Chicken Parmesan, Chinese Saute, Pasta Primavera, Shrimp and Shepard's Pie.

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Super cool!

Prime Time Upper School students enjoyed a trip to Bowline Point Park in Haverstraw. Pictured at left: Ansel Rulona enjoys a refrershing dip in the cool, cool water.

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JFS Barbeque

Evette Caminsky, left, and Sharon Abel enjoy the delicious food prepared by volunteers at the annual JFS barbeque at the New City Jewish Center. The annual event is one of several sponsored during the year by Jewish Famly Service for the benefit of people with intellectual and other developmental disabilities.  Thank you JFS!

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William Lora, left, and Jason Allen, right, at Storm King Art Center, Friday, August 22. Widely celebrated as one of the world’s leading sculpture parks, Storm King Art Center has welcomed visitors from across the globe for fifty years. Its 500-acre landscape of fields, hills, and woodlands provides the setting for more than 100 carefully sited sculptures created by some of the most acclaimed artists of our time.