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Sheltering The Community For 125 Years

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RICHMOND, Va (WTVR) - Sheltering Arms Rehabilitation Clinic was founded in 1889 for Virginia families who could not afford healthcare. This year, it celebrates its 125th year, Sheltering Arms Board Chair Emeritus, Lisa LaFata Powell, stops by to share  the history of Sheltering Arms. The public is invited to a FREE interactive exhibit and tour at the Grant House on 1008 East Clay Street from 1:00PM – 4:00PM on Saturday, February 15th.

You can find out more about Sheltering Arms by giving them a call at 1-877-52-REHAB or by going online tohttp://www.ShelteringArms.com/125 .

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