July 2018
Fine food and challenging golf in August
A challenging course awaits you on August 27 for the ProAct Golf Classic at Southview Country Club. There's still time to support us and be recognized via this annual event supporting individuals with disabilities.

Business open house engages
ProAct's Eagan location held a business open house event, drawing customers and prospects in for presentations and a tour to familiarize them with the nonprofit's work, and its people.

"You can see that we continue to expand and grow, that there are needs for individuals and that we look at ways that we can serve those individuals," said Kim Feller, VP of programs and services.

CEO Steven Ditschler said connections to businesses and employers are critical to ProAct's success. Stay tuned for more info about additional meetings in the fall.
Ice Bucket Challenge helps fight ALS
Instructor wears many hats, loves job
Hudson now helps teens with work
The Hudson location recently added more than a dozen high school students with disabilities under age 18 to its work training effort.

Job Developer Traci Borchardt said business, life and soft skills are emphasized, as well as job coaching. "We're teaching them how to get a job, and keep a job." Thus far, students have been trained in the grocery, hotel and restaurant industries.

The move accommodates a new effort by the Wisconsin Division of Vocational Rehabilitation to serve transition students with disabilities.

Be sure to view photos from the recent ProAct Playhouse presentation of "A Midsummer Night's Dream" at the Lakeville Area Arts Center. The abridged version of the Shakespeare comedy dazzled the audience. Watch for an announcement soon for the October play by this seasoned group of actors.
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