Talladega VR ribbon-cutting (photo gallery + video)

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The Alabama Department of Rehabilitation Services formally opened its newest office Friday, Feb. 6, to better serve adults with disabilities in Talladega and 10 other surrounding counties.

ADRS Commissioner Cary Boswell, along with state and local dignitaries, was on-hand at 10 a.m. to cut the ceremonial ribbon on the 11,790 square-foot facility. The new home for Vocational Rehabilitation for the Talladega area is located at 31 Arnold St. just off of the Ashland Highway on the southern end of town, and it triples the size of its previous location.

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