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Seven teams to present their ideas in “Arc Tank”, an event presented by Northeast Arc on Nov. 27

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Seven teams will pitch their ideas to a panel of judges during an event hosted by Northeast Arc at the John F. Kennedy Presidential Library on Nov. 27

“The Arc Tank 2.0” competition gives the teams a chance to fund programs aimed at providing services to persons with intellectual disabilities and autism, according to Northeast ARC. Submissions came from all over the world,

“The finalists are vying for funding of up to $200,000 provided by the Changing Lives Fund, established through a $1 million donation from Steven P. Rosenthal, founder of West Shore, LLC,” said the organization in a statement.

Northeast Arc provides services to more than 10,000 Massachusetts residents with autism and other intellectual disabilities.

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