A Place of Their Own

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(L to R) Oasis Board Members Liz O'Mara, Marta Petrocelli, Mai Cleary and John Cleary Jr. helped to clean up the 26-acre property formerly known as the Coe estate, which will house young adults with autism.

Published on November 17, 2011 with No Comments

By Judy O’Gorman Alvarez

EVERYONE NEEDS A place of his (or her) own. Now a group of young men with autism have a place—an historic farmhouse in Middletown in the community where they’ve grown up.
Through a unique partnership of Impact OASIS, Middletown Township, the Monmouth Conservation Foundation and the

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