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Donation to ARS

Adaptive Recreational Services received a check for $2,000 from MRCI Bargains Store in New Ulm to help continuing to provide at home projects for participants during the COVID-19 pandemic. ARS in person programming has been put on hold, but staff, board and volunteers have continued to offer craft projects through the new program ARS on the Go. Pictured are Susan Krogstrand, ARS program assistant, Linda Leger, MRCI Bargains Board of Directors, Karrie Borchert, ARS coordinator, Karen Borth and Barb Saffert, MRCI Bargains volunteers and Matt Wilhelmi, ARS Board Treasurer.

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Adaptive Recreational Services received a check for $2,000 from MRCI Bargains Store in New Ulm to help continuing to provide at home projects for participants during the COVID-19 pandemic. ARS in person programming has been put on hold, but staff, board and volunteers have continued to offer craft projects through the new program ARS on the Go. Pictured are Susan Krogstrand, ARS program assistant, Linda Leger, MRCI Bargains Board of Directors, Karrie Borchert, ARS coordinator, Karen Borth and Barb Saffert, MRCI Bargains volunteers and Matt Wilhelmi, ARS Board Treasurer.

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