When The Arc of Greater Williamsburg launched a Day Support Program for adults with disabilities on March 16, 2016, it was a pilot project, only guaranteed for seven weeks.
Nearly a year later, it's safe to say the program is growing roots.
The program has grown from three days a week to four, from nine clients to 15 and is building partnerships with James City County Parks and Recreation and James River Elementary School.
"This has been really a lovely year," said Pam McGregor, The Arc of Greater Williamsburg's executive director.
On Wednesday morning, 14 participants slathered peanut butter onto pine cones before rolling them in bird seed and hanging...