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AWARE January/February 2011 Volume 5, Number 1


“The Right Services...To the Right People...At the Right Time!”

AWARE officials accept a $16,000 check from Atlantic Richfield Co. recently in Anaconda. The money will be used at AWARE’s planned Center for Excellence on reclaimed Superfund land east of town. ARCO handed over the check at AWARE’s administration office at 205 E. Park Ave. Left to right are: Roy Thun, ARCO environmental business manager; Anaconda-Deer Lodge Chief Executive Becky Guay; Jack Haffey, president of AWARE’s Board of Directors; Richard Saravalli, director of development for AWARE; Michael O’Neil, director of AWARE’s Montana Home Choice Coalition; Marc Ferries, manager of ARCO’s lifecycle management portfolio; and ARCO project manager Luke Pokorny. Photo by Jim Tracy

Atlantic Richfield donation helps bring AWARE school to Anaconda When the new Center for Excellence opens its doors later this year, students with developmental challenges will have a gleaming new classroom in which to learn, and the Anaconda community will get an important economic development boost.


Note to staff and friends

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Youth M.O.V.E. working with AWARE — Page 4

A donation from Atlantic Richfield will help a new classroom and administration building get finished a little sooner for students currently housed in an old building in Galen. See Center for Excellence on Page 26 Corporate Congress 2010 — Pages 12-19

Statewide funding appeal set for spring — Page 21

New faces in Head Start Program — Page 22

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