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Meeting of the Washtenaw Community Mental Health Board, September 1969

Meeting of the Washtenaw Community Mental Health Board, September 1969 image
Published In
Ann Arbor News, September 23, 1969
Caption
Their Object: Help For The County's Retarded. Some 50 concerned citizens and parents of retarded adults jammed the meeting room last night of the Washtenaw Community Mental Health Board. They listened while spokesmen asked the board for funds to avert the closing this week of the county's only program for retarded adults. The spokesmen included Dean Douthat (standing), president of the Washtenaw Association for Retarded Children; WARC executive director Norman Quackenboss (center) and Charles H. Ramsey (hand on chin), representative of the State Mental Health Department.

Washtenaw Adult Activity Center Class Gives Trinity Lutheran Church Seed Mosaic, May 1974

Washtenaw Adult Activity Center Class Gives Trinity Lutheran Church Seed Mosaic, May 1974 image
Published In
Ann Arbor News, May 18, 1974
Caption
Mosaic Presented Applause follows presentation of seed mosaic to the Revs. Richard I. Preis (in coat) and Walter W. Arnold of Trinity Lutheran Church by the Christian education class of the Washtenaw Association for Retarded Children's Adult Activity Center. The class, which had some 50 members, has met weekly at Trinity for the past three years. The Adult Activity Center has used Trinity facilities over a nine-year period. Four members of Trinity teach the class: Judy Wellman, Esther Cobb, Ann Dewey and Carol Gajar. The class made the mosaic from a variety of types of seeds. (News photo by Jack Stubbs)

Jaycees Donate to Washtenaw Association for Retarded Children, September 1969

Jaycees Donate to Washtenaw Association for Retarded Children, September 1969 image
Published In
Ann Arbor News, September 25, 1969
Caption
Here's Money For Center. Ann Arbor Jaycee Mike O'Neill (right) presents check to Norman Quackenboss (left), executive director of the Washtenaw Association for Retarded Children. The money will help WARC's Adult Activities Center to continue operations. Observing the presentation are Jaycee Ray Charett (second from left) and Tom Niswonger, Jaycee president. The check was presented this morning.

Retardation Bond Issue Set For Ballot

Retardation Bond Issue Set For Ballot image
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Day
24
Month
June
Year
1971
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