JARC CELEBRATES 25 YEARS OF EXTRAORDINARY PEOPLE LIVING ORDINARY LIVES

JARC hosts 25th Anniversary Gala

WHO/ WHAT: JARC (Jewish Association for Residential Care) will host "JARC 25", the 2011 Gala. The anniversary celebration will be held on Sunday, March 13, 2011 at Boca West Country Club with cocktail hour beginning at 6pm. A sit down dinner will be served at 7pm.

Jay Cashmere & Glenn Glazer of WPTV News Channel 5 will be this year's Master of Ceremonies. JARC 25 honorees are JARC Founders; Dr. Melvin and Edith Clayman. The gala is being chaired by Judy Levis Markhoff. Boca Magazine, Salon Oasis and Neiman Marcus, Boca Raton are 2011 Gala partners.

Guests will enjoy dinner and dancing as well as a wonderful program showcasing the organization and what it provides for its clients and the local community. A presentation will also be made to honor the founders and celebrate the silver anniversary of JARC.
"This is a milestone year for us and we are privileged to honor our founders. Jay Cashmere and Glenn Glazer will enhance our evening as we showcase to our supporters the critical need for their continued support."states JARC Executive Director, Dr. Debra C. Hallow.

Tickets are $250.00 per person. Guests are asked to wear cocktail attire to keep with the festive theme. For more information how you can obtain tickets, donate or volunteer to JARC, please call 561-558-2550.

About JARC

The Jewish Association for Residential Care (JARC) is a nonsectarian organization which provides group homes, apartments and vocational training for adults with development disabilities.  The mission in partnership with the families of the clients is to promote independence dignity and self-respect in order to create more fulfilling lives. For more information, to become a much needed donor or volunteer, please visit www.jarcfl.org

WHEN: March 13, 2011 6pm Cocktails/7pm Dinner & Dancing

WHERE: Boca West Country Club

www.jarcfl.org

561-558-2550

MEDIA CONTACT: Nicole Flier, JARC Public Relations

561-239-1424 ● LA2FLA@comcast.net

PHOTO CAPTION: Dr. Melvin and Edith Clayman