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Providence Center Woodshop Adds Child’s Adirondack Chair as New Product

Contact: Audra Harrison
June 20, 2011
(410) 766-2212 x111

Providence Center Woodshop Adds Child’s Adirondack Chair as New Product

Glen Burnie, Md., (June 20, 2011) — A solid wood children’s Adirondack chair is the newest product offered by the Providence Center Woodshop, according to Dawn Slagle, general manager of the shop that has been in continuous operation since 1978. Providence Center provides a variety of services and programs to more than 500 individuals with developmental disabilities in Anne Arundel County.

The child’s Adirondack chair is available in a variety of pastel colors and is equally suitable and attractive on a deck, screened in porch or for inside use, perhaps to sit in to enjoy reading a favorite bedtime story or watching television.

“The chairs are charming and like other of our products, are handmade by the 38 Providence Center participants who are talented and regular participants in the activities at the Woodshop,” said Slagle.

Many Anne Arundel County area residents and visitors may already be familiar with other handmade products of Providence Center Woodshop such as its well-known birdhouses. “The chairs are definitely of the same quality of our famous birdhouses and everyone who has seen one has been impressed with both the workmanship and of course how handsome it is,” said Slagle.

For more information about Providence Center’s Woodshop Adirondack chair, including when and where it will be available for purchase, please contact info@providencecenter.com.

About the Providence Center

Providence Center, founded in 1961, is a non-profit organization headquartered in Anne Arundel County that serves 500 adults with developmental disabilities. It operates five facilities providing daycare and training in programs such as horticultural, woodworking, and pottery. The Center, the only one of its kind in Anne Arundel County, meets the growing needs of nearly 500 adults with developmental disabilities through an array of services and supports, including medical supervision and care, psychological assistance, skills training for activities of daily living, vocational training and job placement as well as retirement services. The mission of Providence Center is to provide services that allow individuals with developmental disabilities to enjoy increased self-determination and to live more independently and higher functioning roles in society. The Center’s support services are individually designed and professionally managed to enable individuals to exercise higher levels of control over their lives. For more information, visit http://www.providencecenter.org or call 410-766-2212

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