Claremore Chamber of Commerce ambassadors converged on Rogers County Adult Day Care in Claremore Tuesday afternoon, to honor the opening of the center’s new facility in a commemorative ribbon-cutting ceremony. Rogers County Adult Day Care staff moved into their new facility, located along State Highway 88 at 2223 North Highway 88 (north of NTC), in July. The new location is 9,000 square feet in size, 6,000 feet of which have been renovated for RCADC, with future plans for additional interior and exterior renovations. Rogers County Adult Day Care is a private non-profit organization designed to be a community-based service benefiting the impaired adult and their caregivers based out of Claremore, Oklahoma. The mission is to provide a safe place of warmth and caring to promote the independence of the impaired adult, enhance the quality of life, and prevent premature institutionalization. The intent is to provide therapeutic rehabilitative, social and health maintenance in order to insure respite for caregivers. For more information, contact them at 918-341-7588.