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United Way provides strong foundation for area group homes

January 14, 2013

Photo by Colin Deppen - A sign displaying Oak Manor's partnership with the St. Marys Area United Way is proudly displayed in a front window at Oak Manor's offices on Erie Avenue in St. Marys. Oak Manor CEO Deborah Fehrenbach said it is through United Way funding that the organization continues to provide services and group homes to developmentally disabled adults in the area.

With the St. Marys Area United Way wrapping up its annual fundraising efforts, a representative of an organization that provides group homes to developmentally disabled adults supported in part by United Way funding discussed why this funding is so important.

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