The River Bend Growth Association (RBGA) celebrated the construction of Beverly Farm Living Options second group home, with a Ribbon Cutting at 101 Windsor in Alton on Monday March 6, 2017. Addition of the new home brings the number of group homes managed by Beverly Farms Living Options to six. The home is warm and beautifully appointed with furniture and appliances. Doors and hallways are wider than are found in most homes to accommodate wheel chairs and walkers. RBGA Director of Member Services, Trish Holmes, conducted the ceremony with Vice President Debbie Reed along with President Vicky Vogt, Pam Whistler - Chairman of the Board, Martha Warford – Executive Director of Beverly Farm, Tyler O’Brien – Program Director for Living Options. Watch Debbie Reed describe the new group home and introduces those attending the event from Beverly Farm.
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