Spend the Day on the Greens & Make a Difference...
Opportuni-Tee Golf Tournament
Proceeds to benefit Schoharie County ARC
Friday, June 7th, Cobleskill Golf & Country Club
Registration begins at 10:30 am, Lunch at 11:30 am, Shotgun Start @ 1:00 pm
Win GREAT prizes... including a 5 Day Carnival Cruise for Two and Tickets to Major Sporting Events.
To register, please dowload the registration form below. Once completed, your registration form can be mailed, scanned & emailed, or faxed to the Schoharie County ARC in c/o Peggy Himes. Phone registrations will also be accepted. Please make checks payable to Schoharie County ARC. MasterCard, Visa & Discover also accepted.
Schoharie County ARC
PO Box 307
Schoharie, NY 12157
Phone: (518)295-8130, ext. 218
Legacy of Love… A SUCCESS
Join us for the 17th
Annual Legacy of Love Gala
Saturday, April 20, 2013, 7-10 p.m. at Days Inn & Suites of Schoharie
Anonymous, Fenimore Asset Management, Jaeger & Flynn Associates, SEFCU,
SSA, Sterling Insurance
Featuring Lydia Kulbida, WTEN News, Master of Ceremonies
NYSARC Trusts Recreation Grant to Benefit Schoharie County ARC Red Rose Project
The Trustees of the NYSARC Trusts provided the Schoharie County Chapter of NYSARC, Inc. (Schoharie County ARC) an additional $5,000 grant to provide new recreational opportunities for individuals served by the Chapter.
The Schoharie County ARC will use this grant to support the Red Rose Project & Productions to promote opportunities for people with differing abilities to express themselves through the creative and performing arts.
The NYSARC Trusts administer supplemental needs trusts that enable disabled persons to remain in their home and community and retain their Medicaid eligible services. The Trustees utilize remainder funds to benefit other persons with disabilities including unfunded Chapter guardianship as provided by statute. During the last year the Trustees have granted over $900,000 to support Chapter Guardianship and $250,000 in recreational grants for the benefit of chapter consumers. Information on how individuals may benefit from a NYSARC Trust is available by calling (518) 439-8323 or 1 (800) 735-8924 or at www.nysarctrustservices.org
Advocacy Day at the State Capitol