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New Options – ProAct Fall Festival, recognition

The annual Fall Festival event at New Options- ProAct in Shakopee featured dozens of costumes, a photo booth, food, a DJ and a dance. New this year were service awards, ...

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Open House celebrates 50 in Red Wing

More than 200 people attended the 50th Anniversary Open House celebration for ProAct in Red Wing on October 24. Chamber Ambassadors and The Red Wing Port Authority were joined by ...

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ProAct Business Partner Network meets, plans strategy

ProAct VP Kim Feller kicked off the first meeting of the ProAct Business Partner Network, a group of committed employers that seeks to increase opportunities for people with disabilities and ...

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Recognition, 10 year celebration in Hudson

ProAct in Hudson recently held its First Annual Recognition Awards Banquet to recognize participants with disabilities, eat and share some good cheer with families. Participants and staff made seven different ...

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Give to the Max and support our Autism Center

Greetings ProAct friends, November 14 is Give to the Max Day and we are inviting you to join in the fun with a gift to ProAct, a Meets Standards® nonprofit. ...

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Recognition Banquet for Red Wing, Zumbrota

The Red Wing/Zumbrota/Hudson Recognition Banquet at Treasure Island Resort and Casino heralded 50 years of service in Red Wing. “You guys are one of the reasons Red Wing is such ...

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2019 Eagan Recognition Banquet

ProAct’s 2019 Eagan Recognition Banquet at Inwood Oaks in Oakdale featured 2017 Special Olympics Alpine Ski Champion Camilo Mejia, and his coach and mother, Patricia Schaber (above center). The crowd ...

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Food distributor named a Business Partner of the Year

Highlighting the importance of employer partnerships to improve the lives of people with disabilities, ProAct, Inc. in Eagan named H. Brooks of New Brighton a 2019 Business Partner of the ...

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Protected: Stretch wrap goes organic

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Matt Weisz, right, and HST Dave Runge work the mat cutting table in Red Wing.

Meeting challenges, making progress

Stepping up to more responsibilities, Red Wing’s Matt Weisz has improved his reliability, works well with everyone and can ramp up production as needed, explains Supervisor Courtney Horne. Weisz manages ...

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