OTTUMWA-Tenco’s 53rd Annual Awards Banquet will be held on Friday, April 13, at the Bridge View Center. This year’s theme will be “Keeping Dream Alive” as we honor our hardworking clients for all their achievements in many areas of life; business partners, benefactors, and Tenco employees will also be recognized. 504 more words
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OTTUMWA-The Knights of Columbus held their annual tootsie roll drive recently in Chariton. Funds collected are donated to organizations that directly aid citizens with intellectual disabilities through their programs, including Special Olympics. 125 more words
OTTUMWA-The Tenco Foundation has recently established an Endow Iowa Account with the Community Foundation of Greater Des Moines that provides an avenue to create a perpetual endowment for Tenco and the people with disabilities they serve. 353 more words
OTTUMWA-The Tenco 4-bay hydroponic greenhouse and the adjacent Multipurpose Facility for processing, grading, and packaging produce officially went “off the grid” on Monday afternoon.
A 74.88 kWh Solar System is now operational at these facilities in Wapello, County, which serves as an employment and training site for people with disabilities while producing an abundance of locally grown pesticide free produce for retail establishments in our region; in addition, a portion of the produce is gifted to the Southern Iowa Food Bank and Blessings Soup Kitchen. 93 more words
OTTUMWA-The Tenco Board of Directors Trustees recently elected a new slate of officers. Liz Wilson is the new president, Bianca Myers will serve as vice president, and Josh Hall will serve as treasurer, while Deb Pumphrey will continue to serve as secretary. 306 more words