Board members sought

Pierce County Developmental Disabilities is seeking individuals who would like to serve on the Developmental Disabilities Advisory Board. The board assists and advises Pierce County officials on services to individuals with developmental disabilities.

Pierce County Developmental Disabilities is seeking individuals who would like to serve on the Developmental Disabilities Advisory Board. The board assists and advises Pierce County officials on services to individuals with developmental disabilities.

Advisory board membership is open to individuals residing in Pierce County who have an interest in developmental disability issues. Interested persons should call Denise Rothleutner, Pierce County Human Services, 3580 Pacific Ave., Tacoma, at 253-798-6108 or e-mail drothle@co.pierce.wa.us.

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