Posts Tagged "community"

We Don’t Keep Them in the Attic Anymore

written by Barbara Monday Tom is an adult living with a developmental disability. He has a part-time job, working five days a week. He works hard and is very dedicated to doing a good job. He gets up, fixes his breakfast and takes the bus to work. He shops for…

In: Blog DIGS

New Product For Garden Art

We have a new product for ‘garden art’ for the upcoming arts/crafts festivals. We are making glycerin soaps using a variety of things from the garden: loofah, lavender, rosemary, lemon balm, etc. We are in need of empty/clean Pringle cans. Also if anyone has a heat gun to donate or…

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Building Our First Home

For all supporters, members & caregivers: Our Board has been working diligently since October to begin planning the process for building our first home. Continuing our fundraising efforts will be a big part of it. We have raised about a third of the cost of the building. There are Medicaid…

In: Blog Community DIGS Housing

DIGS Executive Director Receives Community Service Award

We are very pleased to announce the Daughters of the American Revolution (DAR) have awarded their Community Service award to our Developing Independence, Growth and Security (DIGS) director, Barbara Monday. DIGS, Inc. is an all-volunteer organization. This award is truly for all of us and it is an honor that…

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