Lee Association for Remarkable Citizens (LARC) celebrated their 65th anniversary in Southwest Florida in March with a campaign to support an innovative educational program for individuals with intellectual and developmental disabilities. Two anonymous $10,000 donors issued a giving challenge to support LARC’s newest program – LAB: Learn, Achieve, Become. LAB
Executive Director Kevin Lewis joined Lee Pitts on Lee Pitts Live to share about LARC, Inc. and the programs that help people in our community achieve their full potential.
Lee Association for Remarkable Citizens (LARC) received a $12,150 Community Impact grant from The Southwest Florida Community Foundation to purchase iPads, cases and apps for individuals in LARC’s Bonita Springs Adult Training program. LARC’s Adult Day Training program is designed to enhance abilities and help individuals with intellectual and developmental
Aztec Plumbing and Lowe’s Home Improvement have donated plumbing and construction services and materials for Lee Association for Remarkable Citizens’ (LARC’s) new Lab for Living. Learn, Achieve, Become (LAB) is an experiential learning environment located on LARC’s main campus in Fort Myers that transforms traditional program areas into spaces for
Patricia Borns, Fort Myers News-Press Published March 28, 2019 Mouth-watering smells wafted from the oven as Eddie Clemons basted a roasting chicken while his wife Martha knitted at the dining room table. In their 60s, from hard beginnings, the Clemonses lucked into a lifetime of paid employment, a happy marriage,
March 13, 2019 By KATIE EGAN (email@example.com) , Lehigh Acres Citizen Angela Katz says it’s a wonderful feeling for the community to come together and help make LARC’s latest endeavor a reality because they couldn’t have done it alone. “The individuals we serve are part of the community,” LARC’s director