Today we were honorably asked to be a part of the opening of Streator’s New Splash Pad. It is donated in honor of Bob Dieken’s Brother Paul, who had Special Needs. We could not wait to get in the water!!! Swimsuits obviously an after thought.. 🙂
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The Alpha Phi Omega Service Fraternity, based at the University of Illinois, hosted 11 Individuals and 5 staff to a Chief’s baseball game in Peoria and lunch. This event came about because of Avalon Dittmer, who is an APO sister and a seasonal DSP at Streator Unlimited/Kent. Avalon indicated that she wanted to do something nice for the Individuals and introduce her APO brother and sisters to the Individuals who have come to mean so much to her. The Individuals and staff had an amazing day with Avalon and APO. Judy Whitney indicated that the Avalon and her friends made everyone feel special and made time to talk with each one of them. The game picked up in the fifth inning with the Chiefs winning 7 to 5. Thank you Avalon and APO!!! We had an AWESOME time.
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“BATTLE OF THE BARS FOR A CAUSE,” guest bartending night, 5 to 10 p.m. Friday, April 6, Carbo’s Sports Bar, 402 E. Main St., and Cali’s Bar, 502 E. Main St., both in Streator. Proceeds benefit Streator Unlimited, diabetes awareness, Hardscrabble Lions Club dog park, other community projects. Sponsored by Hardscrabble Lions. 815-252-2091.
Thank you to Marla Merritt and to everyone that helped with the fundraiser #SUEggedMyYard! This is the second annual Egg My Yard for Streator Unlimited and every year it seems to get bigger and better!
Abby Huff and Steve Larson of Exelon Generation present John Mallaney, Diana Huff and Sherri Stephens of Streator Unlimited with a check for $3,000. The funds will support Streator Unlimited’s services to adults with disabilities. They were raised as part of LaSalle Station Women in Nuclear’s “Let’s Get Hairy” outage campaign.
Pictured are Steve Larson, John Mallaney, Abby Huff, Diana Huff and Sherri Stephens.