Fashion Show to Benefit THE ARC OF THE BAY
Celebrating 61 years of providing supports and opportunities for individuals with disabilities.
THURSDAY JULY 19, 2018
Holley Academic Center – FSU PC Campus
6:00 PM – Fashion Show Starts – Seating is Limited – Donations for Entry
Fashions Provided by: TJ MAXX
For More Info, call 850-265-2951
Sponsorships Available – Ask about a V.I.P. Table that includes Heavy Hors d’oeuvres & Wine
Come join us for good food, good fun, and a great cause. Each Friday in March, you can visit the locations below and each participating business will donate a portion of their proceeds from the day to The Arc of the Bay. Together, we are furthering our mission to provide the critical supports & services to adults with disabilities in our community.
VICTORIA’S LAST BITE (832 Florida Ave., Lynn Haven, FL)
CHARLIE CORAM’S PLACE (2729 W. 23rd St., Panama City, FL and 6204 Hwy. 2301, Panama City, FL)
ST. PADDY’S LUNCHEON FUNDRAISER AT THE ARC OF THE BAY (1804 Carolina Ave., Lynn Haven, FL)
Corned beef and cabbage provided by Beef O’Brady’s Lynn Haven
JIMMY JOHN’S LYNN HAVEN (2205 FL-77, Lynn Haven, FL)
TAZIKI’S MEDITERRANEAN CAFE (103 W. 23rd St. E7, Panama City, FL and 15463 PCB Pkwy Unit B, PCB, FL)
St. Andrew Bay Center is now The Arc of the Bay and is proud to join The Arc’s national brand in the spirit of energy and a renewed commitment to providing opportunities for people with intellectual and developmental disabilities, (I/DD) and their families.
This dynamic new logo is the new face of The Arc of the Bay and will be on our publications, web site, signs, community events and more. The logo will unite our affiliated chapters across the country under the banner “Achieve With Us,” a call to move forward and take the road leading to progress, inclusion and respect.
“Our new brand identity represents a new day for The Arc of the Bay and the mission of The Arc. The new logo is bringing the work of a strong and energetic organization front and center and is a bright reminder that we provide opportunity: Opportunity for Hope, Opportunity for Growth and an Opportunity for Change,” said Executive Director, Ron Sharpe.
The Arc is the Nation’s largest and leading organization for people with I/DD and their families with 67 years of promoting and protecting the rights of people with I/DD and providing them the opportunity to live full, satisfying and self-determined lives as valued and contributing members of their communities. The Arc is an agent of change and over the past six decades, The Arc has been on the front lines advocating for legislation to improve the lives of people with I/DD in health care, education, employment, housing and more.