Shortly following his invocation at the beginning of today's 29th Annual LOGAN Nose-On Luncheon in downtown South Bend, John P. Warren, Chairman of the Pokagon Band of Potawatomi Indians, and Frank Freedman, Chief Operating Officer of Four Winds Casinos® presented Clint Bolser, President and CEO of LOGAN, with a check for $150,000.
"In over five years leading this incredible organization and my sixth Nose-On luncheon, this is a moment I'll always remember," commented Bolser. "Not only were we honored with a beautiful invocation, but then the Pokagon Band demonstrated to all in attendance how much they appreciate the work we do on behalf of children and adults with intellectual and developmental disabilities throughout the region. We're incredibly grateful to the Pokagon Band of Potawatomi Indians."
"We're very fortunate to have such generous partners in this community," said Jill Langford, Chief Development Officer for LOGAN. "The Pokagon Band is as committed to positively impacting lives as we are. It has been an affirming experience getting to share LOGAN's mission and relating our goals—and dreams—for the future with them. The Nose-On is our signature event—it has been for 29 years. It never ceases to have a magical moment or two."
LOGAN is a not-for-profit organization that offers resources and opportunities to people with intellectual and developmental disabilities so they, and their families, may achieve their desired quality of life. Since 1950, LOGAN has reached out to friends and families with help and hope through advocacy, resources and services for individuals with intellectual and developmental disabilities. The organization invites people in our community to join in this mission by opening their doors and their hearts to Discover the Potential in all of us. For more information, visit www.LoganCenter.org.
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