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COLUMBIA CITY â€” March is Developmental Disabilities Awareness Month and Passages, Inc. wants the community to better understand what the adult service program offers.
â€śWe want to show the community that our clients have something to offer,â€ť said Alice Anderson, vice president of programs. â€śOur clients are not just taking, but they are giving back as well.â€ť
To prove Andersonâ€™s point, Passages has prepared 15 to 20 baskets that are full of items its clients have made.
The baskets will be delivered to individuals and organizations who help support Passagesâ€™ clients.
â€śWeâ€™ll be going to places like the fire department, the mayorâ€™s office and the EMS,â€ť Anderson said. â€śWe want to show our appreciation for how they support us and our community.â€ť
Anderson said there are several things Passages does for its clients that the community may not realize.
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