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Each year, Arbor Circle guides 13,000 people on journeys toward resilience. Tough times and hard choices are part of life—what matters is how we respond. That's why we help clients discover strengths, skills, and support networks for their journey. It's a story of resilience shaped through more than 35 programs and services, and it's a story you can join by getting involved.

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Spring Dinner 2015
Join us for the Spring Dinner
Join us for the Spring Dinner

WEDNESDAY, APRIL 22, 2015
5:30 p.m.
THE GOEI CENTER
818 Butterworth Street Southwest
Grand Rapids, Michigan 49504

This year we celebrate the work of Laurie Finney Beard, President & CEO of Founders Bank & Trust. Laurie has worked tirelessly to make the community a better place for all and is a great supporter of services for women and children. We hope you will attend this dinner to learn about Laurie’s impact and to hear how Arbor Circle is helping people discover the strength to overcome obstacles in their path.

For additional information or information on sponsoring this event, please visit our Spring Dinner Sponsorship page or contact Megan LeMieux at 616.456.7775.

 

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