Pioneer Center ushers in spring with a formal dinner dance for its current Intellectual & Developmental Disability Division clients.
The event will take place on Thursday, May 8 at 31 North Banquet & Conference Center in McHenry. Clients are invited to attend the fun-filled evening event which will feature a delicious Italian menu, music, dancing and photographer. The cost is $10 per person and transportation is not provided.
The event is made possible, in part, by a generous contribution from Suzanne Cannon, owner of Steffan’s Jewelers in McHenry.
“As a business owner, it is my responsibility to use my store as a platform to give back. By doing so, it creates awareness with those who do business with us to get to know about an organization as amazing as Pioneer Center,” said Suzanne.
If you are a current division client or parent/guardian of a current client and would like to learn more about the Spring Formal Dinner Dance, call Will Helling, QIDP Supervisor EDGE and EDS, at 815.759.7160.