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APTA's upcoming centennial is much more than an anniversary party. We will honor our heritage while ensuring that the event leaves a lasting legacy for future generations.

A number of exciting events and engagement opportunities are in the works to mark the year, and a centennial website dedicated to the event—centennial.apta.org—has been created to publicize them when details are announced. We encourage members to visit the site often for information and updates on events and activities, and to see how to join in the celebration.

APTA's story began with a calling: to serve those who sacrificed so much for our country in World War I. Where others saw limitation, reconstruction aides saw potential. Since our founding in 1921, we have moved forward together, with a passion and commitment to transform lives and strengthen our profession.

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