From: The Arc of Racine County [] on behalf of The Arc of Racine County []
Sent: Tuesday, March 08, 2016 9:01 AM
Subject: March Newsletter



Students Share PATH Projects 
with Parents and Educators

Ethan presented his PATH to RUSD special education staff.  His goal for employment is to work in retail.
Helps Students 
Identify Goals 
"Soft Skills" 
Dequise shared his hopes and dreams for the future with his mom during his PATH presentation. His employment goal is to work in food service.
Arc's PATH program provides mentoring to high school teens and young adults with disabilities for one hour a week for eight weeks to help them build communication skills and self-confidence.  

Community volunteers are needed to offer the program 
to more students.  Programs are supervised by Arc staff and complete training is provided.  This experience may qualify for credit or internship experience at area technical colleges and universities. 

 Please call Alison Henry, Program Manager, at 262-634-6303!

Join us for 
Disability Advocacy Day
in Madison
Tuesday, March 15th

Seating is Limited.  Bus Trip Includes:
  • Briefings on issues important to the disability community
  • Time for lunch and informal discussion on the issues
  • March to the Capitol 
  • Meetings with your Assembly and Senate representative
  • Transportation is free. Participants must bring a bag lunch. 
  • Please call 262-634-6303 for details! 
Sponsored by the Survival Coalition



March 13th: Adults on the Spectrum Meet 'N Greet for Adults with Aspergers.  
Bowling, Pizza and Socializing!
The Lanes Bowling Alley. 6501 Washington Ave, Racine, Sponsored by Autism Solution Pieces. Please RSVP to Cathy 262-497-5890 or Cindy 262-639-3041

March 19th: Racine Unified School District Transition Day at Gateway Technical College, Racine Building, from 9 am - Noon.  

May 13th:
Racine County Special Needs Resource Fair.
Waterford Union High School, 100 Field Dr, Waterford.

May 17th:

People First - Racine County: on the grow!

   People First chapters are run by people with disabilities and are local chapters of the state organization. The Arc of Racine County coordinates the Racine group's activities and provides assistance as needed.  
People First WI Logo

For more information about upcoming meetings 
and events, please visit our website: 
and click on the 
People First tab.


If you have a desire to help people in need.....if you have a skill that could help us grow....if you want to earn credit for serving the community....if you need a great experience to add to your resume....or if you simply want to be part of our GREAT TEAM..........

Please consider joining an Arc committee to help with: 

          Parent Support       
  Special Events

Please contact us on our website at or call our office at 262-634-6303 for more information!

Our Mission: 

The Arc of Racine County advocates for children and adults with intellectual and developmental disabilities by safeguardng their rights, facilitating choice, and promoting independence and inclusion in school and community life. 

Arc Board of Directors and Staff:

Erin Genrich - President
Tom Durkin - Vice President
David Prins - Secretary
Richard Stein - Treasurer
Paul Schowalter - Director
Peggy Foreman - Executive Director
Alison Henry - Program Manager
Deborah Sautner - Bookeeping/Membership
Simmi Bharwani - Volunteer Coordinator

Annual Gifts Provided by:


Racine Dominicans Mission Fund

Thank you to our members and friends for your continued support! 

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