2016 Golf Classic
What perfect weather for our golf outing on Saturday! Thank you to everyone who supported this fundraiser including our sponsors, golfers, volunteers and Hartland Glen for hosting us once again. Everyone had a great time all while supporting a great cause. Please take a minute to recognize all of those who sponsored or contributed this year, their generosity and big hearts continue to help adults with developmental disabilities each year. Thank you from all of us at Freedom Work Opportunities.
Thank you to our sponsors; Genesee Health System, Vertex Systems, ASCO Numatics, Graceful Living, Cranbrook Financial, Steve’s Locksmith and Trophy in Highland, Unity Financial Advisors, MJ Whelan, Trimper Family, Tuffy Auto Walled Lake, Oakland County CMH, A+ Insurance, Highland Rd Collision, Redford Building Sp., Network One, Resolve Consulting Serv., Huron Valley State Bank, Primerica Chuck Patrello, Fenton Holly Transmission , Bill’s Collision, Mobility Transportation, Tom Kendziorski, Mike Arce Atlas Ins. Snook’s Butcher Shoppe, Suburban Ford, Szott Auto, Fragments, HWLBA, Chip Weeks in loving memory of Harry & Bev Weeks.
Contributors; Airway Lanes, Custom Plus, ASCO Numatics, Target, Forster’s Auto Wash, Ironwood Golf club, Comeback Inn, Highland Hills Golf Club, Dave & Amy’s, Dunham Hills Golf Club, Riverbank Golf Course, Dick’s Sporting goods, Hartland Glen Golf course, and Highland Auto Supply.
We need your help! Please give an hour of your time to visit the adults with disabilities located at our 900 Middle Rd workshop in Highland. In order to keep this program going, we must have people from the community coming in to visit. Whether you are talking about a trip you went on, sharing a talent you have, reading a story or doing an art project we would love for you to join us. Call Marie at 248-770-1141 to schedule a day.
Thank you for you help in keeping this program up and running. Without you, these individuals will no longer have a place to go each day to get out of their homes and interact with their friends. This Community Activity Program offers a great benefit to those with severe disabilities and losing it would be a huge loss to all who are involved. Thank you for your support.
Suggested Volunteer times Monday - Friday 10 am - 12:00pm or 1:00pm-2:30pm
Hartland store gives disabled adults a chance
Her task of pricing items completed, Carrie was ready for her next assignment.
But first, she wanted a hug from Renee Stone.
“Working here can be very rewarding. Freedom is like a family,” Stone said.
Stone is the manager at Freedom Treasures Resale Store at 9532 E. M-59 in Hartland Township. The store opened in October and provides disabled adults with a place to learn valuable work and communication skills while earning their own money .
The Hartland store is