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      Caring Community Raises $45,000 from page 1        Injury Attorney, Jordan                           2001 S. Kanner Highway, Stuart, Fla., at (772) 283-2525 or
                                                         Dynamics, FPL,                           Find photos on our website, www.
         ARC of Martin County (ARC) thanks the community   Kirchman Construction,                 or Facebook page! See you all next year! Thank
      that helped make the Seventh Annual ARC KDW Fishing   Yates Funeral Home,                            you for coming out in support of the ARC of Martin County!
      Tournament in support of over 400 children and adults with   Snook Nook Discount                        The ARC of Martin County has been providing
      intellectual and developmental disabilities (I/DD) across the   Bait &  Tackle, U.S.                 direct  care, support,  job  training, life skills training
      Treasure Coast such a huge success! Local vendors across   Sugar, Owen Insurance                     and individual and group housing for individuals with
      the area graciously donated silent auction items raising over   Group, Tami  Karol                   disabilities since 1956.
      $6,000 alone! Corporate and local area business sponsors   Insurance, Affordable
      such as Publix, PepsiCo, FritoLay, Sailfish Marina of Stuart,   Choice Cremation, Reel   “Team Real Tradition’s” catch
      HE Hill Foundation, The Savona at Stuart, Closets by Design   Graphics, UPS Store,
      of the Palm Beaches, Pirate’s Cove Resort & Marina, Brown   Hobe Sound/Stuart, Capstone IT and various private donors
      Distributing, Southern Eagle Distributing, Break Thru   stepped up to make the ARC’s first post-COVID in-person
      Beverage Distributing, Parkshore Pharmacy, Philip DeBerard   event the best one yet!
                                                            The ARC of Martin County, (Advocates for the
                                                         Rights of the Challenged) is a 501(c)(3) not-for-profit
                                                         organization dedicated to empowering children and adults
                                                         with I/DD through residential, vocational, educational,
                                                         behavioral, and other healthcare services. “Our goal,”
                                                         said ARC President and CEO Keith Muniz, “is to provide
                                                         support, assistance  and  training  that  will enhance the
                                                         abilities for children and adults with disabilities to thrive
                                                         each day and achieve their fullest potential.”
                                                            For information on our next event and how you can
                                                         help, contact Tish Gelineau at the ARC of Martin County,
                                                                                                           Kathy Rogers and Team, “Miss Fitz,” second place kingfish
                                                                                                           and Lady Angler Award

      Carlozzi Brothers all brought in kingfish; youngest, Gian
      Rico Carlozzi won Jr. Angler Award with a 7.4-pound kingfish

                                                         My Other Honey sponsors   My Other Honey sponsors
                                                         Jimmy, an ARC client to fish   Beau, an ARC client to fish   Ronnie Kirschman, “Team Real Tradition,” second place
                                                         in the tournament.      in the tournament.        snapper at 5.1 pounds

       The Carlozzi Brothers, youngest one, Gian Rico Carlozzi,
       Jr. Angler Award with a 7.4-pound kingfish

                                                         Tish Gelineau, Alston Pickerell, “It Happens,” first place   Mother of Emma Rose, Jr. Angler, accepting for second
                                                         kingfish, 11.4 pounds, Mark Noto, Keith Muniz     place dolphin

      Steve Hill, “Team Real Tradition,” first place dolphin at
      5.5 pounds

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