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Guardianship to be topic at Arc meeting April 21

Four speakers will address the topic of guardianship at The Arc/Rowan’s monthly seminar on Tuesday, April 21.
Rowan County Clerk of Court Jeff Barger will speak along with attorney Douglas Smith and guardians Lori and Dean Ewart. The information to be presented is important for any family affected by developmental disabilities.
The seminar is free and will be held at the Easter Seals office at 620 W. Innes St. from 7 to 8:30 p.m. It is also an opportunity for teachers to earn CEU credits.
Anyone planning to attend is asked to call The Arc/Rowan office at 704-637-1521.
The Arc/Rowan is a Rowan County United Way agency which advocates for people with mental retardation and related developmental disabilities.

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