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Take a peek inside life at Winter Growth through our community newsletter, The Winter’s Tale. Enjoy the center updates and health tips, along with stories about the people who make Winter Growth the place where friendships grow and care is extraordinary.

We also love highlighting local news and services that may be of interest to our clients and their families. Contact us to find out how you can be included in an upcoming issue.

Paw Prints is my favorite section. It’s always entertaining to read about the antics of Winter Growth’s furry friends.

The Winter’s Tale

Current Issue: Fall 2019

In This Issue:

Center Update, Paw Prints: Oliver, Community Partnerships, Volunteers Count: Annie Leslie, Client Spotlight: Joe and Rick, Spotlight on Staff: Deborah Bissell, Wellness Tips, Introducing the Community Connector, Photo Gallery

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The Winter’s Tale

Current Issue: Fall 2019

In This Issue:

Center Update, Paw Prints: Oliver, Community Partnerships, Volunteers Count: Annie Leslie, Client Spotlight: Joe and Rick, Spotlight on Staff: Deborah Bissell, Wellness Tips, Introducing the Community Connector, Photo Gallery

Archives

Spring 2019 — Download now
Spring 2018 — Download now
Winter 2018 — Download now

There’s always something new and exciting going on at Winter Growth. Subscribe to our newsletter to keep up to date on the latest happenings.

There’s always something new and exciting going on at Winter Growth. Subscribe to our newsletter to keep up to date on the latest happenings.

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If you believe you have been subjected to unequal treatment because of race, color, or national origin, then you have a right to file a formal complaint.

Complaints may be filed within one hundred-eighty (180) days following the date of the alleged discriminatory action. Requests for more information or complaints may be submitted to Human Resources by mail (18110 Prince Philip Drive, Olney, MD 20832), telephone (410-964-9616), or email.

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