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Lifestyle

Knights donate to Open Door

Knights of Columbus Council 13436 recently made a donation to Open Door Rehabilitation Center. Members participated in the annual Tootsie Roll candy campaign. Donations like this one help in “Opening Doors & Developing Opportunities” for Open Door clients, enriching their quality of life by expanding experiences. Founded in 1963, Open Door operates a day workshop, a vocational training workshop and nine group homes all within the Sandwich community. Services and programs benefit individuals from DeKalb, Kendall and Kane counties. Pictured (from left) are Dick Cherry; Victor Siedleski; Rita Potter, Open Door executive director; and Robert Asleson.
Knights of Columbus Council 13436 recently made a donation to Open Door Rehabilitation Center. Members participated in the annual Tootsie Roll candy campaign. Donations like this one help in “Opening Doors & Developing Opportunities” for Open Door clients, enriching their quality of life by expanding experiences. Founded in 1963, Open Door operates a day workshop, a vocational training workshop and nine group homes all within the Sandwich community. Services and programs benefit individuals from DeKalb, Kendall and Kane counties. Pictured (from left) are Dick Cherry; Victor Siedleski; Rita Potter, Open Door executive director; and Robert Asleson.

Knights of Columbus Council 13436 recently made a donation to Open Door Rehabilitation Center. Members participated in the annual Tootsie Roll candy campaign. Donations like this one help in “Opening Doors & Developing Opportunities” for Open Door clients, enriching their quality of life by expanding experiences. Founded in 1963, Open Door operates a day workshop, a vocational training workshop and nine group homes all within the Sandwich community. Services and programs benefit individuals from DeKalb, Kendall and Kane counties. Pictured (from left) are Dick Cherry; Victor Siedleski; Rita Potter, Open Door executive director; and Robert Asleson.

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