Will Spaeth loves nature – so this was a no-brainer. The 15-year-old sophomore at Highlands High School had his parents sign him up for The Point/Arc’s Summer Work Experience.
Adrienne Price said her daughter Jade doesn’t always get the chance to kick some butt. So when given the chance to kick trained police officers’ butts in kickball, she and other members of the Point/Arc team kicked as far as they could.
The Bill & Betsy Scheben Care Center has received an $11,000 grant from the Honorable Order of Kentucky Colonels (HOKC) in the amount of $11,000 to purchase an additional vehicle for their Medicaid Transportation Program.
Fifty cases of peanut-butter patty cookies – make that Girl Scout peanut-butter Girl Scout patty cookies. And they were delivered to The Point/Arc this week.
A serious accident almost left a Northern Kentucky resident without his arm and hand and when he got hurt his job ended. Enter The Point/Arc.
It was 30 years ago – and Bob Merz talks as if it was yesterday. “I was in shock,” said Merz, who is an Accounts Payable Specialist at The Point/Arc. “It was the day after he was born – that’s when we found out.”
When you have an angel on your staff, well good things will happen. The Point/Arc has one – and yes, good things did happen.
One Kentucky woman has been giving back to the community for over two decades. Now she needs help from someone willing to give the gift of life.
Bringing a taste of Hollywood to Zembrodt Education Center as Wise Guy movie is filming in Covington
Laura Gentry, the Social Communication/Instructor for The Point/Arc Zembrodt Education Center, brought a little bit of Hollywood to her students.