What has made april Special?
We had a visit from the Easter Bunny, along with treats and a great lunch!
THE WOODSHOP HAS BEEN CREATIVE
Our woodshop has been busy making benches and plant stands. They are available to purchase as well as will personalize them. Please contact Andy in the woodshop at 715-834-2771 ext 120 or email@example.com to discuss prices or ideas. These would make great gifts!
Literacy Chippewa Valley
St. Patrick'S Day cafeteria
Our talented artists, Nancy and Josh, dressed up the cafeteria for St. Patrick's Day
Can you Find your name?
Everyone's name was up on the wall in the hallway, as we are all good luck!
We were able to pretend we were a leprechaun (hint, that is really Scott)
Shelves were made for the Outreach center
Are you ready for the golf outing?
It's time to get ready for the golf outing. If you have not signed up for a sponsorship there is still time. Not ready to sponsor? What better way to get your name out there then to donate for the silent auction or the golf pull? Please call 715-834-2771 and ask for either Bonnie or Connie and we would love to assist you!
Now for Raffle tickets.......
The more tickets you purchase the better your odds are at being the big winner. Please contact Connie/Bonnie at 715-834-2771 to purchase your tickets. If you are open to selling tickets we would appreciate the help also.
Rock the Riverfront
We celebrated Valentine’s Day with appreciating our friendships that we have here and having an extra treat.
Our local talent, Nancy and Josh, decorated our cafeteria with their art work, we cannot wait to see their work for next month. Thank you for sharing with us!
Chippewa Outreach continues to be working on the Hygiene Drive, check out the Outreach site on our website for more details. Here is our very own Karri from the Outreach Center and some of the things they have received.
Updated look to the cafeteria
Thanks to the talent of our own Wood shop supervisor, Andy, we have a new counter in the kitchen. Check out this detail! He did an outstanding job! Thank you Andy!
We have a new Facebook group
Day of Giving
Gifts were given
We would like to thank Presto for their generous gift of the fire extinguisher. The Krabby Patties gummy candy was donated to us by Choice Transportation/Clubs Choice Fundraising and attached to the candy cane is taped to an Avon flavored lip balm that Avon Rep Tina Wolfgram sold to us at her discounted amount.
Everyone was given a CDC hat, a microwavable heating pad with washable cover (made here at CDC), socks, a travel blanket and a wonderful bag along with their water bottle.
New water-Healthy us!
DVD player to the cafeteria
At the L.E. Phillips Career Development Center, it takes a lot of community support from partners like you to achieve our mission. The Career Development Center helps provide meaningful and appropriate vocational services and employment opportunities for individuals with disabilities or disadvantages. Nearly 1,500 individuals are served each year throughout 8 Wisconsin counties.
In addition to vocational services and employment opportunities, the Career Development Center also operates an Outreach Center in Chippewa County that specializes in homelessness prevention and helping those who may be in a crisis.
We are hosting our 33rd Annual Charity Golf Outing on Friday, August 5, 2022 at Hickory Hills Golf Course in Eau Claire. The event is expected to draw over 300 supporters from throughout the Chippewa Valley. Funds raised at this event will directly support local individuals with disabilities and disadvantages.
You can help support the Charity Golf Outing in a variety of ways.
Be a sponsor for the event and golf at the outing.
Volunteer: many hands are needed during the event. If you are interested in volunteering at the golf outing, please let us know.
If you have any questions, please feel free to call Connie Werlein, Marketing Coordinator at (715) 834-2771, ext. 118 or email firstname.lastname@example.org .
$20 for one ticket
$100 for six tickets
We are selling out at 1000 tickets, get yours now before they are gone!
L.E. Phillips Career Development Center's mission is to provide meaningful and appropriate vocational services, employment opportunities and community outreach resources for individuals with disabilities and disadvantages.