Center For Possibilities
HOBART | Center for Possibilities has raised nearly $1500 in the Thankful TankFull Fundraiser that ran from Oct. 1-Nov. 25. The fundraiser benefits children and adults with developmental disabilities. A $1000 donation from Luke Oil helped to kickoff the event.
HOBART | Preschool students at Center for Possibilities were excited to meet firefighters from New Chicago Fire Department during a fire safety demonstration. In recognition of National Fire Safety Week (Oct. 12-16), students learned what to expect during a fire rescue and safety tips such a…
HOBART | Center for Possibilities has open registration for preschool aged children with disabilities to participate in summer camps. Camp 1 is VBS Has Got Talent, (June 3-13). Camp 2 is Under the Sea Camp (June 17-27). Camp 3 is Sports and Fitness Camp (July 8-18). Camps 1, 2 and 3 are Mond…
HOBART | In honor of National Volunteer Week, Center for Possibilities held a reception on Wednesday, April 24, to recognize those who dedicate time to helping children and adults with developmental disabilities. Volunteers were treated to refreshments and received a certificate of appreciat…
HOBART | Center for Possibilities is celebrating Week of the Young Child through Friday with activities planned for parents and students.
HOBART | Center for Possibilities is celebrating Week of the Young Child, April 15-19, with activities planned for parents and students. Parents will receive a Center for Possibilities Cookbook that includes a collection of kid-friendly recipes that children can make on their own or as littl…
HOBART | Taking time off from the job to spread some holiday cheer to local residents with special needs, members of Ironworkers Local Union #395 delivered presents to students at The Center for Possibilities in Hobart, IN.
Hobart City Improvement Committee’s concert at 7 p.m. Thursday at Festival Park, 111 Old Ridge Road, will feature David Lopez with his popular Elvis tribute. The German Band will perform July 19 and host a cash and food drive for the Hobart Food Pantry.
HOBART | In honor of National Volunteer Week, Center for Possibilities held a reception recently to recognize those who freely give of their time and talent to children and adults with developmental disabilities.
HOBART | Center for Possibilities received a $4,500 grant from Lake County's Legacy Foundation to implement the use of technology in its adult programming.
HOBART | Indiana Governor's Council for People with Disabilities, and local agencies, recognize March as Disability Awareness Month.
HOBART | Center for Possibilities-Cerebral Palsy of NWI invites the public and past students, families and staff to an open house in celebration of Pat Starbuck's retirement and 65th birthday.
As the new executive director at the Center for Possibilities, Renae Brantley is committed to improving the quality of life for children and adults with developmental disabilities and their families.
HOBART | Students at the Center for Possibilities in Hobart made a handprint banner that was displayed during Hobart's 9/11 Memorial Walk. The banner, showing support for the military, will be sent to a U.S. military troop serving overseas. Center for Possibilities provides services and supp…
HOBART | Center for Possibilities is a private, state licensed child care center with 51 years of experience serving children 2 to 6 with developmental disabilities.
HOBART | A few openings remain for preschool children with disabilities to attend Hobart Family YMCA's "Let's ALL Play" Preschool Inclusion Camp.
Throughout a nearly 50-year mission to serve developmentally disabled children and adults and their families in Northwest Indiana, the staff and volunteers at the Center for Possibilities in Hobart have long reflected on the organization's operating name more than its legal title (Cerebral P…
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