Friday, August 10, 2018
Open House: South Arkansas Developmental Center for Children and Families (SADCCF) held an open house Wednesday, educating the community on the services they provide. The open house included a dunk tank, face painting, food, games for the children, door prizes and more. In attendance at the open house were members of the El Dorado Fire Department, who brought a fire truck. SADCCF provides day programs for people with developmental disabilities. The center provides child services from 8-weeks to 5-years-old who have been identified or are at risk of developmental delay. Above, Grady Tracy, chief operating officer of SADCCF, gets dunked by Josie Mann at the open house. Left, With help from El Dorado fireman Jessie Lewis, Braeden Kirtz tries to dunk Tracy by throwing the ball at the target.
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