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Town Hall Meeting and Family Resource Fair

The team from ARC Manor recently attended the Town Hall Meeting and Family Resource Fair, co-hosted by Travis County and the City of Manor. Dr. Jacqueline Champlain, Family Medicine, offered to provide physicals to the attendees, in support of the health efforts made by the city. Additionally, youth and teens alike enjoyed a day packed with food, fun, and educational activities. 

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