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In August 2018, Debbie VanSlooten, Executive Director for The Arc of St. Lucie County appeared on the SLCTV show “Batting with the Mets”. Terissa Aronson and Paul Taglieri welcome Debbie VanSlooten on their show, “covering the Bases with the Mets”. See this video below.
(Ms. VanSlooten’s part begins at 4:33.)
In May of 2018, Debbie VanSlooten, Executive Director of The Arc of St. Lucie County was interviewed by Karen Knapp, President and CEO of the United Way of St. Lucie County. The Arc’s Director of Development, Judi Scarborough, was also in the interview. See this video below.
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