NINTH ANNUAL GOLF CLASSIC A BIG HIT — AGAIN!

OUR ORIGINAL DATE OF OCTOBER 3rd WAS A WEATHER WASHOUT BUT OUR RAIN DATE TURNED OUT TO BE A BEAUTIFUL (IF CHILLY) PERFECT-FOR-GOLF ALTERNATIVE!

GOLFERS AND VOLUNTEERS TOOK TO THE COURSE FOR A SHOTGUN START AFTER HAVING A WONDERFUL, ALL-YOU-CAN-EAT-BRUNCH TO GET THE JUICES FLOWING. AFTER THE 18 HOLES, PUTTING, CLOSEST TO THE PIN, AND LONGEST DRIVE CONTESTS, SNACKS ON THE COURSE, AND GOOD NATURED COMPETITION FROM EXTREMELY TALENTED PLAYERS, EVERYONE RETURNED TO THE CLUBHOUSE FOR DRINKS AND DINNER, RAFFLES, PRIZES AND FUN.

THANKS TO ALL OUR GOLFERS AND EVERYONE WHO HELPED MAKE THE DAY WAY ABOVE PAR!

WE’LL SEE YOU NEXT YEAR???

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MONTHLY DANCES

YAAAAY! After a long hiatus due to COVID-related precautions, we’re happy to announce we’re starting up again. You can find the updated list of dances, themes, locations, and dates below. Remember that our dances take place on Friday evenings at various locations throughout Burlington County and are open to men and women over 18 years of age with intellectual or other developmental disabilities and their families. Dances run from 7:00 – 9:00 p.m., and there is a $5.00 admission fee that also includes refreshments or other goodies depending on the dance sponsors. There is no charge for parents or staff accompanying dancers.

Those attending who require ANY physical assistance or ANY supervision must be accompanied and supervised by a responsible adult. We do not have staff to accommodate attendees who require individual help. All others must have an up-to-date emergency medical information form on file with us (available at the entrance to the dances) or by clicking here to upload a copy. Be assured that we will use these forms ONLY to pass along to any medical personnel who might be called in an emergency and should not to be used to include special requirements or requests at the dances.  Please return the updated and completed form to staff at the dance or mail to The Arc of Burlington County, c/o Recreation, 115 East Broad Street, Burlington, NJ 08016.

UPCOMING DANCES

Friday, October 21, 2022 – “Halloween” – Samuel Ridgeway School (cafeteria), 300 Delanco Road, Edgewater Park, NJ

Friday, November 18, 2022 – “Fifties” – Burlington County Special Services School (transition gym, rear bldg.), 20 Pioneer Blvd., Westampton, NJ

Friday, December 9, 2022 – “Holiday” – Delran High School (cafeteria), 50 Hartford Road, Delran, NJ

Friday, January 20, 2023“Country Western” – Burlington County Special Services School (main gym back of building near greenhouse), 20 Pioneer Blvd.,  Westampton, NJ  

Want to be on our future recreation event list to see what’s coming up? Then just send us your name and email address (individual or group) to Donna Healey at donnah@arcofburlington.org and we’ll get the ball rolling. In the meantime, for additional information about the Recreation Program or for any questions, contact  Donna Healey at  (856) 985-7345 or email her at donnah@arcofburlington.org

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Whether it’s learning new life skills or enjoying social activities, there is always an opportunity to have fun and make new friends through The Arc’s Recreation Program for adults with disabilities!

The Recreation Program offers a wide range of activities for adults with disabilities geared toward providing entertainment and socialization opportunities throughout Burlington County. Activities and events for developmentally disabled adults include monthly dances, Nights Out for Dinner, day trips, picnics, Broadway shows, holiday parties and many other monthly activities. 

For additional information about the Recreation Program and to register your email for updates, contact  Donna Healey at (856) 985-7345 or email her at donnah@arcofburlington.org