Nancy and Tim Opremcak received the most heart-wrenching news that parents could possibly receive in October of 2004 when their 11 year old son Bryan was diagnosed with one of the most aggressive forms of a brain tumor.
POAC was founded in 1999 by a group of parents with autism to help improve the lives of children and adults with the disorder by providing training to parents, teachers and other direct service providers.
Neptune-based non-profit Move For Hunger has left its mark on the growing problem of hunger across the state and nation by creating a program that makes it easier and less expensive to feed more people.
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