The Arc in the News
This week, we are celebrating Direct Support Professional week to honor the hundreds of frontline staff across our programs that make a difference in the lives of those we serve. Together you are creating equity and opportunity so people with disabilities have access to live, work and play as included members of their community.
Looking at the astronaut figurine on the window sill, you would think Danny ordered it from one of the collector’s catalogs on his desk. “It’s funny that,” he said. “I went to buy it, and they told me they didn’t have it. I was like, oh man. So I made it.”
That’s how many of his masterpieces are born. “I just see it, and then I build it,” he said shrugging. “I get a lot of my ideas from pictures. Sometimes in catalogs, or from books.” He points to the locomotive catalog and the partially completed steam engine on his desk. “I want to make a hundred trains. That’s one of my goals. Just because I can.” (more…)
The Arc Central Chesapeake Region (Arc CCR) is pleased to announce that Jonathon Rondeau has been selected to serve as Chief Executive Officer starting July 12.
“I am excited to join The Arc Central Chesapeake Region. The Arc has a long history of innovative, person-centered services and I look forward to partnering with the board, staff, donors, those served and the community to expand services and opportunities both in Anne Arundel County and the Eastern Shore so that everyone, regardless of their ability, can live, work and play in their community,” said Rondeau. (more…)
The Arc of the Central Chesapeake Region Board of Directors announces the appointment of Allen Hatton as the new interim executive director. Hatton is following Kate Rollason who is retiring at the end of September. Allen will hold the position approximately 9 months while the Board prepares for and launches a search for Kate’s successor. The Board has named a Sustainability Committee to oversee the search process and has hired the firm Raffa, PC to conduct the transition and search activities. (more…)
Long time executive director of The Arc Central Chesapeake Region, Kate Rollason, is retiring from her position as of September 30, 2016. She has served as Executive Director for over 18 years.
To say that Rollason is a maverick in the world of intellectual and developmental disability is a bit of an understatement. From the moment she graduated from college she challenged stereotypes, immersed herself in advocacy and dedicated herself to fulfilling the promise she made to herself and others to fight discrimination against those with disabilities and other conditions. (more…)
The Cordish Companies’ Maryland Live! Casino and Anne Arundel County today awarded more than $18.6 million in local impact grants for fiscal year 2017 to various grant recipients as recommended by the Local Development Council (LDC), which helps to manage the allocation of county gaming tax revenue to local organizations.Joe Weinberg, Managing Partner of The Cordish Companies, (more…)
Above and Beyond Award was created by ESGR to publicly recognize American Employers who provide extraordinary patriotic support and cooperation to their employees, who like the citizen warriors before them, have answered their nation’s call to serve. (more…)
Volunteer positions available through the Anne Arundel County Volunteer Center including those at the Arc Central Chesapeake Region as featured in Capital Gazette. Read story
As featured in Capital Gazette, an article highlighting he Arc Central Chesapeake’s annual Awards Banquet to recognize exemplary community members. Read story
Story promoting Corvettes on the bay car show event benefiting the Arc of the Central Chesapeake Region as featured on abc2news.com. Read Story