Andrew Sass: From Student to Mentor on the SUNY Geneseo Campus

Five years ago, Andrew Sass studied on the SUNY Geneseo campus, as part of a program in which students with disabilities enhance their education and social skills while benefiting overall college diversity.   Today, Andrew works on the campus he once attended, and he’s being lauded by co-workers at Campus Auxiliary Services (CAS) for his […]

Arc Foundation Offers $2,000 Continuing Education Scholarship

The Arc of Livingston-Wyoming Foundation is accepting applications for a $2,000 Continuing Education Scholarship to be awarded to a working teacher to assist with their certification, licensure, or specialization in the field of special education.   Download a scholarship application here.   Completed and signed applications should be submitted to Arc of Livingston-Wyoming Public Relations […]

NYSARC Trust Grant Provides a Thousand Beautiful Memories

When The Arc of Livingston-Wyoming was awarded a $15,000 grant from the Trustee Management Board of NYSARC Trust Services to support its Recreation Program, the not-for-profit agency used it fund a two-day dream trip for individuals with intellectual and other developmental disabilities to the Thousand Islands Seaway, a freshwater paradise that straddles the border of […]

Winter Parchment Newsletter

Download the Winter edition of The Parchment newsletter, for news from throughout The Arc, including:   Special Delivery: Leaning Tower Pizzeria is Arc Foundation’s “Hero” Message from Board President Marcy VanZandt Comments from Executive Director Martin Miskell Leadership Livingston Visits The Arc Photo Page: Day Habilitation Highlights, Bell Ringing, Breakfast with Santa, KidStart Holiday Family […]

$13,500 Grant Benefits Guardianship

The Arc of Livingston-Wyoming received $13,500 in grant dollars from NYSARC Trust Services to provide guardianship services for people with intellectual and developmental disabilities who would not otherwise have a legal guardian or advocate. Supported by The Arc of Livingston-Wyoming’s Guardianship Committee, staff, and community volunteers, the Guardianship Program currently provides guardianship supports and services […]

Local Cleaner Honored as Outstanding Performer

Geneseo’s Stephen Rose is living his dream and receiving statewide recognition for his achievements in the workplace thanks to NYSID Preferred Source employment provided through The Arc of Livingston-Wyoming’s Hilltop Business Services work program.   “Cleaning is my dream job,” he says, when asked to picture himself in his ideal career.  “So maybe you could […]

Get the Summer 2019 Parchment Newsletter

The Summer 2019 edition of The Parchment newsletter is online.  Download it here.   Contents Artist Creates Windows of Opportunity at Local Thrift Shop Message from the President Comments from the Executive Director Board Officers Installed The Presidential Treatment: Outstanding Performer Stephen Rose Dynamic Duo Marks 15 Years with Seniors 2019 Agency and Community Award […]

Meet CFO Lynn Fleming

Chief Financial Officer Lynn Fleming is a new face at The Arc of Livingston-Wyoming, but she’s certainly no stranger to our field; Lynn comes to us with almost a decade of high-level financial experience at not-for-profit human services agencies.   After six years spent working in the public sector, Lynn dipped her toe in not-for-profit […]

Artist Creates Windows of Opportunity at Local Thrift Shop

Finders Keepers thrift shop is located on the corner of State and Main Streets in Mount Morris.  It’s a high traffic intersection that is ideal for its caringly designed shop windows to capture the attention of hundreds of drivers- and walkers-by every day.   A busy intersection is also an apt metaphor for the window […]