Rhonda Costa-Landers
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January 17, 2006
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New home found for Do Drop In assistance center

The Do Drop In, a day center for the mentally disabled and homeless and site of the Rural Center for Independent Living has found a new location to continue services in Carson City.

The center will move operations to 900 Mallory Way, off Roop Street. They will lease space from property owner John Procaccini. The address is also home to Cornerstone Music and The Connected Church.

Dee Dee Foremaster, director of the center, received a 30-day eviction notice from property owner JoAnn Sheerin on Nov. 15. Sheerin was on vacation at the time, but met with Foremaster on Dec. 15 …

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