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  • Video: Fundraiser to raise money for living facility for adults with special needs

    The 2nd Annual Osprey Village 2016 "Pro-Bowl Open" was held on Sunday night at Station 300 in Bluffton. Osprey Village will eventually be a place where developmentally disabled adults and families with no disabilities live in proximity to one another and form an community.

Video: Fundraiser to raise money for living facility for adults with special needs

The 2nd Annual Osprey Village 2016 "Pro-Bowl Open" was held on Sunday night at Station 300 in Bluffton. Osprey Village will eventually be a place where developmentally disabled adults and families with no disabilities live in proximity to one another and form an community.
Delayna Earley dearley@islandpacket.com