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2010 Harley-Davidson Dyna Super Glide

Benefits Multi Community Diversified Services

Draws 6/12/10

Raffle Benefits

In February of 1972 MCDS was known as Hope Preschool for the Handicapped, with a ½ day program for 6 students (children) in a donated room at the First United Methodist church.  In the fall of 1974, services extended to include disabled adults and moved to 609 West Kansas where the first workshop was established. The workshop program was to subcontract with local industries for certain types of work. The first initial contract was with Roll-Deck of McPherson making hinges for the company’s line of pop-up campers.

By 1984, between 50 and 60% of Hope Preschool Graduates were moving into regular Kindergarten classes.  In 1988, MCDS discontinued operation of Special Education services; the operation was turned over to the Special Education Cooperative of McPherson county.  Since 1988, we have made many changes: moved to new facilities, acquired three more ICF facilities, eight more residential sites and added Cartridge King to the family.  Over the years, MCDS has never wavered from its true goal to advocate the wellness, independence, and respect that the MR/DD population so readily deserves.

Raffle Motorcycle

Last year’s giveaway received such a positive response, MCDS decided to keep the motorcycle giveaway as a feature of its 2010 Ride for Independence event. This year’s prize is a brand new 2010 Harley-Davidson Dyna Super Glide. This gorgeous bike was acquired with the assistance of City Cycle Sales in Junction City, and then was taken to the next level with an amazing paint scheme applied by Mark Muto and Dana Bieling at Kustom Kolor & Grafix.

Raffle Ticket & Contact Info

Tickets are $10 each; maximum of 10 per entrant.  Go to http://www.mcds-ks.org/index.html for purchase information.

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