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Annette Bowling, executive director of the Albany ARC, receives the Governor’s Award from Nobis Works in May. This organization, an Atlanta-based nonprofit created in 1977, is named for Tommy Nobis, former Atlanta Falcons All-Pro linebacker, with the purpose of vocationally training people with disabilities. (July 18, 2013)

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On May 8, at the Cobb Renaissance Hotel in Atlanta, Annette Bowling, the executive director of Albany ARC, received the Governor’s Award from Nobis Works. This organization, an Atlanta-based nonprofit created in 1977, is named for Tommy Nobis, former Atlanta Falcons All-Pro linebacker, with the purpose of vocationally training people with disabilities.

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