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InterHab to recognize KETCH employee at conference

09/24/2010
InterHab to recognize KETCH employee at conference Kansas Elks Training Center for the Handicapped, Inc. (KETCH) employee,Robin Johnson, was awarded Outstanding Service Achievement by InterHab, aresource network for Kansans with disabilities. This award recognizes those in the DirectCare Service industry who go beyond their responsibilities to care for the disabled.“She truly understands and embodies the ideals of a direc… read more

KETCH receives generous contribution from Spirit’s Good Neighbor Fund

09/24/2010
KETCH receives generous contribution from Spirit’s Good Neighbor Fund The Kansas Elks Training Center for the Handicapped (KETCH) is onestep closer to completing a low-income housing project for persons with developmentaldisabilities thanks to a generous $15,000 contribution from the Spirit Good NeighborFund.KETCH is in the process of rehabilitating the Country Acres apartment complexat 351 and 355 Cou… read more

Cargill Cares donates $20K to KETCH

09/24/2010
KETCH receives donation from Cargill CaresPeople with developmental disabilities have an increased nutritional risk and thankfully, someone understands that. Cargill Cares has donated $20,000 to the Kansas Elks Training Center for the Handicapped (KETCH) to assist in providing persons with disabilities adequate nutritional food.“Most adults with developmental disabilities receive about $160 each month for food. That’s a little ov… read more

KETCH receives Ad Astra Award

09/24/2010
KETCH awarded Ad Astra Award by Kansas Housing ConferenceThe Kansas Elks Training Center for the Handicapped (KETCH) wasawarded an Ad Astra Award for Special Achievement in Affordable Housing Developmentby the Kansas Housing Conference. They received the award for their housing development,Richmond Place. The 20-unit development provides nice, accessible studioapartments for individuals with developmental disabilities. “KETCH is very gr… read more