GARCGoddard Amateur Radio Club
GARCGlobal Alliance for Rabies Control (est. 2007)
GARCGreater Ardoyne Residents Collective (UK)
GARCGadsden Amateur Radio Club (Alabama)
GARCGeelong Amateur Radio Club (Australia)
GARCGreat American Rifle Conference
GARCGrassroots Animal Rights Conference
GARCGovernance in Asia Research Centre (Hong Kong)
GARCGrenada Amateur Radio Club
GARCGrant Amateur Radio Club
GARCGarland Amateur Radio Club (Texas)
GARCGreat American Royal Circus (Jacksonville, FL)
GARCGuelph Amateur Radio Club
GARCGlen Allan Recreation Complex (Alberta, Canada)
GARCGas-Air Ratio Control (boilers)
GARCGoedgedacht Agricultural Resource Centre
GARCGreenwood Amateur Radio Club (Greenwood, Nova Scotia, Canada)
GARCGambia Red Cross
GARCGlobal AIDS Rehabilitation Centre
GARCGraduate Academic Review Committee
GARCGriffin Area Resource Center (Georgia)
GARCGene Autry Roping Club (Oklahoma)
GARCGreenough Advanced Rescue Craft (rescue boat; Rapid Response Technology, LLC)
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The branch in Stockholm positions GARC to capture the growth potential in Scandinavia by offering a broad range of wholesale financial products and services.
GARC had said the purpose was "to demonstrate ongoing oppostion to sectarian parades and the SF/UVF deal being imposed on the community".
GARC said: "We repeat our call for residents and supporters from other areas to assemble at Estoril Park/ Ardoyne Road at 8am on Monday.
GARC is spearheading World Rabies Day 2016 with the National Rabies Prevention and Control Committee and veterinarians leagues lodged in local government units in the country.
NEWS that GARC has axed a planned protest against an Orange Order parade on the Twelfth morning would appear to be a step forward.
GARC is a world-wide non-government organization that works on increasing awareness of people on the continuing threat of rabies around the world.
ANTI-parades group GARC has shelved plans for a "mass mobilisation" against the flashpoint Ardoyne march on the Twelfth.
NONE of the Loyal Orders have contacted residents group GARC over a controversial march amid warnings that parade talks face collapse.
But GARC spokesman Dee Fennell described the court hearing as a "politically-motivated show trial" and said some of the 17 will sue the PSNI and PPS.
The GARC group vowed any attempt to "force" the Orange Order march by the Ardoyne shopfronts in North Belfast "will be resisted by any means necessary".