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St. Louis Center Resident Retires

On April 6, 2016, Administration and staff of St. Joseph Mercy Chelsea held a retirement party for St. Louis Center resident Julian Early. Julian had worked in the Food Service Department for the last 10 years. 190 more words

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Randazzo Fresh Market Hosts “Men’s Social”

On Thursday, April 21, 2016, the Randazzo family came together for a second annual “Men’s Social Fundraiser” to raise money for St. Louis Center in Chelsea, MI. 275 more words

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Calgary woman charged with death of daughter released on bail

A Calgary woman charged in connection with the death of her developmentally disabled daughter was granted bail while making her first court appearance on Thursday. 193 more words


Layton, UT police say missing woman developmentally disabled | The Salt Lake Tribune

Layton police on Wednesday asked the public for help in finding a developmentally disabled woman who went missing from her home earlier this week.

Jodie Ferree, 32, was last seen about 10:30 p.m. 22 more words


Art Enables in DC Gives Developmentally Disabled Artists Chance at Professional Career

WASHINGTON — Walk into Art Enables during the week and it seems like any other art gallery.

The walls display artwork of various genres and material – this one here is of shoes, glitter sparkling behind the glass. 891 more words


MISSING: 25-year-old Garfield Heights, OH woman | WKYC.com

GARFIELD HEIGHTS, Ohio — Authorities are searching for a 25-year-old woman who went missing Saturday night.

Demetria M. Watkins, who is developmentally disabled, was reported missing from her home on Birchwood Road around 10 p.m. 6 more words


Chelsea’s Beach Middle Students Raise 'FUN'ds for St. Louis Center

Many people in the community find innovative ways to raise funds for St. Louis Center, one of the more popular non-profits in the Chelsea area, and these fundraisers typically include golf outings, formal dinners, and live auctions. 332 more words

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