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Nick Adamson, Heidi Gerber, Ben Smithee

The Friends of the Warren Center gathered Thursday, February 26th for a special happy hour event at Bowl and Barrel from 6pm-8pm. 

Attendees enjoyed bowling, appetizers and beverages by Bowl and Barrel and donated children’s books for the Two Men and a Truck Book Bowl benefiting The Warren Center. 

The next Friends of the Warren Center event will be at The House of Blues (2200 North Lamar Street, Dallas, TX 75202) on Thursday, March 26th from 6pm-8pm. RSVP to Rachel Windley at Rachel.Windley@thewarrencenter.org or call 214-960-0828. 

Seen in the crowd: Bill & Beverly Warren, Long-time Supporter and Friend of The Warren Center; Amy Spawn, Executive Director for The Warren Center; Tara Null, Development Director for The Warren Center, Ben Smithee, Heidi Gerber, Lyndsey Carrel, Lindsey Hertz, Landon Ledford, Grey Reed, Morgan Hale, Courtney Hale, Matt Aripoli, Nick Adamson, Maggie Working, Kiel Working, Clint Rhodes, Anna Bixby and Kimberly Rose. 

Photography by Crystal Chatmon.

The Friends of The Warren Center is recognized as the principal volunteer leaders to expand the organization into the greater Dallas community. The Friends of the Warren Center provides interactive opportunities for volunteers to serve, lead and support the services of The Warren Center that benefit children and families in North Dallas County. To learn more about membership, please visit http://www.thewarrencenter.org/fowc/.

For over 46 years The Warren Center has worked closely with families in North Dallas to ensure that every child with developmental delays has continued success. They put children and families first through their Early Childhood Intervention (ECI) program for  children birth to three, Therapy Services program for ages 3-5 and the Family Education and Support programs that show families they are not alone.

About The Warren Center

This year in the Dallas Metroplex alone, one in 20 children will be born with a special need, one in 89 children will be diagnosed with autism and 85,000 children will need services to help them develop and thrive.  At The Warren Center, it is our goal to provide services to these children and their families. More than 2,100 families each year count on The Warren Center to be “first responders,” reaching out to them with early detection and developmental strategies for their child. 

As a resource for the Dallas area since 1968, The Warren Center has provided over 16,000 families with needed tools, including individualized therapy for their child's developmental delay, critical information and resources on developmental milestones, and guidance as parents become advocates for their child's future. Even as our service area has grown from a small group focused on the Richardson area to a large organization serving families all over the north quadrant of Dallas County and beyond, we stay focused on the families and children we serve. 

To learn more, go to www.thewarrencenter.org or call 972-490-9055. 

 

 

 


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