Ann Storck Center's Empowered Creative Gallery Exhibition

Ann Storck Center, a true slice of Fort Lauderdale history, was named after its founder, Ann Storck, a nurse who opened up her home to care for children with disabilities in the 1950s. The center was incorporated in 1981 and today serves more than 300 intellectual disabled individuals on over 25,000 square feet of learning space. ASC now includes group homes, Intermediate Care Facilities, Adult Day Training Program, and an Early Intervention Preschool. he month long exhibit at Fort Lauderdale City Hall is a culmination of these incredible works.
Mon., March 9, 2015
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