Bowling Day With Friends and Recreational Bowling

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Ohio Darke County   Bowling Day with Friends: When:   Saturday, March 12th Where:  Treaty Lanes, Greenville Time:    1:00-3:00pm * This is a FREE bowling day for all athletes.  We have invited our friends from Preble County to come bowl with us. Everyone will bowl two games and we will have door prizes.  Come join the fun!     Recreational Bowling: When:   … Read More

Special Olympics Ohio – Darke County Bowling League

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DARKE COUNTY Bowling League Beginning Monday, February 29th   When: Every Monday for 6 weeks. 2/29     3/7     3/14     3/21     3/28     4/4 Where: Treaty Lanes – Greenville, OH Time: Two sessions divided by age 4:00-5:45pm – Athletes aged 22 and older 5:30-7:15pm – Athletes at least 8 years old by June 1, 2016 * This is a FREE bowling league for all athletes.  … Read More


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The Darke County Board of Developmental Disabilities (Darke DD) has experienced several significant changes over the past few months.  Historically, Darke DD has provided facility-based services to Darke County residents having developmental disabilities.  Darke DD has always hired direct service staff to provide services based on an individual’s person-centered service plan which was developed by Darke DD staff. The Centers … Read More

When Employers Ask, “Why should I hire someone with a disability?” BRC’s Pam Neff Says, “Why not?”

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You don’t have to talk with Pam Neff, Director of Environmental Services at Brethren’s Retirement Community (BRC), long before you realize that she understands that each person has skills, abilities, gifts and talents.  After all, Pam’s motto is…”there is a job for everyone.” It takes someone with these core values to see the potential in everyone and over the years … Read More