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Old 12-30-2009, 06:02 PM
Location: Kansas
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It has been about 20 years since we were in Abilene. We had lived in the JC area for some years. How much has it changed? I was told last week that they now have a day center for people with developmental disabilities and we have a son that could use that type of service. Still looks like work opportunities don't really exist there. Also, have any of you heard anything more about the possibility of that recycling plant actually becoming a reality for Dickson County as I can't imagine how wonderful that might be for the entire area and especially with the economy is such a slump. Also, I love the little communities in the area and if anyone is living nearby, I would love to hear how you like or dislike the smaller, surrounding communities - I thought Navarre was sort of magical in some way just sitting out there by its lonesome. Thank you so much for any info you provide.
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