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Star Community partners with each person supported, regardless of need, to forge connections within their community and does so with respect, dignity, and love in the name of Christ.

Celebrating 50 years of Star Community

Find out more here about the founding of Star Community and how we are keeping our legacy alive.


Over forty years ago, Richard and Audrey Tebbs gave birth to their third child, a baby girl who they named Anita Lynne. Anita Lynne was born with profound disabilities including cerebral palsy.

Star offers a comprehensive range of residential, day program and equestrian opportunities based in faith and executed with love and respect for the individuals served. Instead of institutionalizing their young daughter (which was customary at that time), the Tebbs transformed their lives into a cause for celebration and founded the Anita Lynne Home in 1970a place that had the warmth and closeness of family coupled with staff skilled in teaching children with intellectual disabilities. It was their vision to do all of this in a Christian atmosphere.

It is the policy of Star Community to ensure compliance with Title VI of the Civil Rights Act of 1964 and all related statutes. In accordance with Title VI, Star Community will not exclude from participation in, deny the benefit of, or subject to discrimination under any program or activity receiving Federal funds any person on the basis of race, color, gender, marital status, veteran status, religion, age, national origin, citizenship status, genetic information, sexual orientation, status of a qualified individual with a disability, or any other category as defined by federal, state, or local laws.