Sunday, 26 May 2019

The Arc of Schuyler Breaks Ground on new Neighborhood Center Featured

NC Groundbreaking1AConstruction has started on The Arc of Schuyler’s 210 12th Street, Watkins Glen location to complete renovations and build a 3,800 sq. ft. addition for a new Neighborhood Center.

The Neighborhood Center, according to Jeannette Frank, Executive Director at The Arc of Schuyler, will be available by the end of 2019 for nonprofit agencies to reserve rooms for community classes, meetings and events.

“Volunteers through The Arc’s programs can assist with event promotion, set up, and refreshments,” Frank said. “Our goal is to offer people with disabilities more opportunities to be involved with community members, contribute their talents and explore their interests.”

The Arc’s Capital Campaign, Transformation 2020, continues to raise funds for multiple projects designed to offer people with disabilities more options for community-based services. Anyone interested in learning more about The Arc of Schuyler’s projects or programs and how to make a contribution to the campaign can contact Jeannette Frank at 607-535-6934 or by email This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it..

Photo Caption (left to right): Michael Harvey, Arc Facilities Director; Peter Morse, Architect; Jay Hoffmeier, Arc Board President; Jeannette Frank, Arc Executive Director; Julie Bub, Arc Finance Director;  Wendy Shutter, Arc Business Services Director; Kevin Wolfe, Arc Clerk of the Works; and Matt Bragg, Chrisanntha Construction. The group stands on the site where the new Neighborhood Center is to be built.

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