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Puller Center holds ribbon cutting at Edgehill Center

Versability Resources’ Lewis B. Puller Center, a long-established Gloucester facility that provides services for people with disabilities, has opened at a new location. It is now offering day support services for its clientele in the Edgehill Town Center, 6750 Main Street, Suite 100B, Gloucester.

During a ribbon-cutting ceremony last Thursday, Versability’s President and CEO Kasia Grzelkowski said that in the 16 years since her agency took over management of the Puller Center, the center has evolved to meet changing needs in the community. The new facility, with rooms to house a variety of activities, including games, exercise, educational activities, and gatherings of all sorts, is brightly lit and easily accessible, with no curbs or steps or ramps to deal with.

“It demonstrates an ongoing commitment to the people we serve,” said Grzelkowski. “A reinvestment to make sure that people with disabilities have the resources they need.”

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