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Chancey Bush
Holly, 37, holds hands with her mother, Ann Yetzbacher, while CNA Kelsey Dudding pushes her wheelchair during a field trip to Ben and Judy McComb’s home on Bear Mountain. Holly is a client at Mountain Community Pathways in Evergreen.

To paraphrase a proverb: There’s a place for everyone, and everyone has a place.

No truer words could describe Mountain Community Pathways, an Evergreen program for adults with disabilities. The program, in its third year, provides a place for those with special needs to learn, grow and make friends for six hours a day, five days a week.

It also operates a home in Evergreen for three developmentally disabled clients and provides a home host provider network so developmentally disabled adults can live in homes other than with their families.

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