Welcome to The Arc of Nebraska

For over 60 years The Arc of Nebraska has provided advocacy to people with intellectual and developmental disabilities and their families. We are a non-profit governed by a Board of Directors and have over 1,500 members across the state.

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Message From Mike

 

Hello Dear Members & Friends,

Season's Greetings! I hope the holidays are finding you happy and well. We are gearing up for the next legislative session and our annual senatorial dinner. We have a great event planned for you. Please see the details below. Until we see you in February, have a Safe, Healthy and Happy Holiday Saeson!

The Arc of Nebraska’s

45th Annual Senatorial Dinner

Wednesday, February 3, 2016

Cornhusker Hotel

333 South 13th Street, Lincoln, NE 6850

 

1:00-3:30 pm Board of Directors Meeting

4:00-6:00 pm Legislative Briefing

5:00 pm Registration

6:00 pm Social Hour

7:00 pm Dinner

Guest Speaker – Dr. Kelly Nye-Lengerman

State Senators will be present to meet with and share personal stories along with your hopes for people with developmental disabilities and their families. We wish to express our appreciation to the Senators for their past and continuing support.

Please call your Senator and encourage him/her to attend. You may call The Arc of Nebraska for the name and phone number of your Senator. The Arc of Nebraska’s website also has a Legislative link where you may find your Senator’s contact information.

Michael Chittenden

Executive Director

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