The Ability Center updates commissioners

Ash Lemons, left, assistant director of The Ability Center, and Angie Burton, The Ability Center’s rural coordinator, recently updated the Williams County Commissioners on their organization and broached the subject of expanding its presence in the county.

For more than 100 years, The Ability Center has been advocating, educating, partnering and providing programs and services that support people with disabilities and enable them to thrive within their community.

The nonprofit serves Williams, Lucas, Ottawa, Wood, Fulton, Henry and Defiance counties with a staff of about 55 employees and a $5 million annual budget, Ash Lemons, assistant director of The Ability Center, told Williams County Commissioners during an organization update at the commissioners’ regular meeting last Monday.

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