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DIGS Garden Art

Spruce up your garden or outdoor space with DIGS garden art! We have some new items available so stop by and shop our booth at the Cedar Valley Arts Festival this weekend, April 25-26th! You might also like these posts: DIGS “One Step Closer” unique garden art New Product For…

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ICE4Autism

Specially developed in collaboration with people on the spectrum for people on the spectrum, ICE4Autism stores and communicates YOUR unique sensitivities and special needs The ICE4Autism mobile app conveniently and intuitively stores vital information about you and your unique needs, sensitivities and behaviors directly on your device. Simply launch the…

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DIGS Member Donates Art

DIGS member and Model High School graduate, Kayla Milliken loves to paint. She is an artist that will take every opportunity to paint, draw, or get her hands dirty in pastels to create art. One of Kayla’s most painted and most requested pieces is the Rome Clock Tower. Recently she…

In: Art Club Community DIGS Member Highlight

We feel lucky to have DIGS because…

“I see how many opportunities my son has to grow….from developing better social skills and problem solving to growing his self-esteem and confidence.” -Barbara Monday “DIGS offers my daughter the opportunity to be just like everyone else who has friends, social activities, and fun! She looks forward to the activities with…

In: Community DIGS Leisure

DIGS Gets New Building

Once home to a cabinet shop, the building at 12 Dibbrell St. in North Rome houses old lamps, recovered windows, discarded ceiling fans and some determination. The space and materials inside it are used by the volunteers with the DIGS Inc. garden arts program, a special part of the local nonprofit that…

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DIGS Recieves Home Depot Grant

DIGS Inc. received a $2,000 grant from the Home Depot Foundation to purchase fencing for their recently opened community living residence for adults with developmental challenges, the Barbara & Lamar Paul home. Local Home Depot employees volunteered their time to install the fencing. The total donation for the grant and labor would…

In: Community DIGS Housing

Meet Jarrod

My name is Alice McDonald.  My husband Ken and I have two special needs children. Jarrod is the oldest. He was born May 21, 1987. By eight months old, he was not crawling, pulling up and couldn’t sit alone. After taking Jarrod for a checkup, our doctor told us he…

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