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Mid-Del Christmas Dance

Music from D.J. Jay Pappas, pizza, and a special visit from Santa delighted over 350 attendees.

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Mid-Del Christmas Dance

On Friday, December 12 at the Cheswold Fire Hall, more than 350 people gathered to celebrate the holiday season with a dance and a visit from Santa. The event was one of nine monthly dances hosted by The Arc of Delaware, serving individuals with intellectual and developmental disabilities.

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Get the latest from The Arc of Delaware in the Fall 2014 newsletter.

Annual Report 2014

The Arc of Delaware held its annual meeting on October 16, 2014. We shared our financial reports from 2012 and the progress made by the organization during 2013 into 2014.

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