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Tenco Celebrates Success at Annual Awards Banquet

OTTUMWA-A crowd of nearly 300 attended the Annual Tenco Awards Banquet on Friday evening at the Ottumwa High School cafeteria, in this Tenco’s 52nd Anniversary of service to people with disabilities.  791 more words

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Wapello County Foundation Assists Tenco

OTTUMWA-The Wapello County Foundation awarded a $12,500 grant to Tenco in the fall of 2016, to assist in the purchase of a tractor and selected pieces of equipment to raise vegetables on the grounds adjacent to the 4-Bay Hydroponic Greenhouse in Wapello County.    196 more words

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52nd Annual Tenco Awards Banquet is Just Around the Corner

OTTUMWA-Tenco’s 52nd Annual Awards Banquet will be held on Friday, April 7, at the Ottumwa High School Cafeteria. This year’s theme will be “Believers and Achievers” 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. 525 more words

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Tenco Receives Donation of a Car

OTTUMWA-On Tuesday, a car was gifted to Tenco by a local benefactor, Kay Graham.  The car will join the fleet of vehicles serving Tenco’s staff and clients. 245 more words

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Ottumwa Regional Legacy Foundation Assists Severely Disabled at Tenco

OTTUMWA-The Ottumwa Regional Legacy Foundation provided a Bright Ideas gift of $15,000 to Tenco to underwrite the cost of specialized equipment to enhance services to the severely disabled population that Tenco serves, and to look to develop new programming. 350 more words

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Tenco Expands to Mahaska County

OTTUMWA-Tenco is a non-profit corporation, founded in 1965, that currently serves over 300 people with disabilities. Tenco’s mission is to provide opportunities for people with disabilities that will develop and maintain independence in all areas of their lives. 288 more words

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