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The Worcester County Developmental Center
The Worcester County Developmental Center presented appreciation plaques to the Community Foundation of the Eastern Shore (CFES) and to Royal Plus, Inc., at a reception to celebrate the opening of the new temporary training facilities that will serve developmentally disabled clients in place of the building that was destroyed by fire in September. Pictured, from left, are Michael Megary, President of the Developmental Center's Board; Spicer Bell, CFES President; June Walker, Developmental Center Executive Director; and Matt Odachowski, president of Royal Plus.