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1 The Trillium Times Connecting People with Communities Quarterly Newsletter Trillium Services Paragon Associates Trillium Works! September 2016 Trillium Services Annual Picnic On August 9th, the carnival was ready for over 200 people who got together at Sampo Beach for the annual Trillium Picnic. The weather was hot but there were root-beer floats to cool down and enjoy! It was very exciting to have The Rambler, a local food truck, this year. Jonathan Reznick and his crew provided us with delicious carnival food, like hot dogs and pulled pork! There was also cotton candy for everyone to enjoy! Brian Annis and the Rambler crew! With DJ Chris Allen playing all the favorites in the background, individuals could dance the night away! The photo booth was a huge hit this year, with a carnival-themed attraction! The games and crafts were a hit, and for those who brought their swim suits, the lake was a great relief from the heat. Vern and Jen Erickson It was great to see everyone and catch up. Thank you to everyone who attended. We will see you all next year on August 3, 2017! - Mandy Stanius Davey Joe and Wes Dullinger Pam Bullyan and Sharon Noland Table of Contents Welcome/Intros The Vikings Familiar Faces - Picnic Task Force DTA Presentation Integration Celebration Trillium Anniversaries DSP Appreciation Day Nature Rocks Trillium Task Force Community Contributors Lighthouse Summer Camp Trillium Works! In Action DSP Retreat Employee of the Month Youth Respite Srvcs Collab. Health Beat In The Spotlight Featured Volunteer Site The Critics Living the Dream Congratulations 2& Rachel Kanowski and Kenny Calvarese Ju Martinez and Josh Howie Right: April Bonneville, Jeff Arfman and Tanya Karsiko Left: Sheri Zauhar and Sarah Kamp A Community Employment Services: Employment Supports and Community Employment Services: Job Development, Employee Development Services, and Employment Planning Services CARF Accredited Agency

2 Quarterly Newsletter The Trillium Times 2 Welcome! & INTROS! Mike Reynolds Hi, my name is Mike and I just moved into my own apartment in July! I am a very outgoing and friendly guy. I enjoying bowling and powerlifting with my friends. I am a huge sports fan and love anything Vikings or Minnesota Wild! If you see me around please say hi! I love meeting new people. Nick Laudenbach Hi, my name is Nick! I am 19 years old and graduated from Denfeld High School in June. In my spare time I like to read, write, play on the computer, and follow my favorite Olympic swimmer on television, Ruta Meilutyte from Lithuania. I am excited to be part of Trillium Works and Family Services. Please say hello and introduce yourself if you see me around! Josephine Hi my name is Josephine! I am 14 years old, in 8th grade, and go to Ordean East Middle School. I enjoy Star Trek and my favorite characters are Data and Picard. My favorite Pokémon characters are Pikachu and Oshawott. Pink and purple are my favorite colors and my favorite foods are macaroni and cheese and ice cream. Davey Joe Hi there everyone! My name is Davey and I just started with Family Services in June! I really like being outdoors as much as I can. I like to ride my bike, go on hikes, play tennis, and skip rocks into Lake Superior. I am also a huge WWE wrestling fan. My favorite thing to do is to go to pow-wows with my family, where I can sing, dance, and drum for hours! I ll be sure to say Hi when I see you around! Shanna Gubrud My name is Shanna and I just recently moved to Hermantown in June. I am originally from Silver Bay and I just graduated from Silver Bay High School. It has been a lot of fun getting to know Duluth. Some of the places that I really like going to are Canal Park and the aquarium. I also like going to the library and finding new books to read. It has been fun meeting new people and I am very excited to meet some more. James Horton Hi! My name is Jimmy Horton and I started with Trillium Works! in June. I was recently hired at Lowell Elementary School as a dishwasher and I am enjoying it a lot! In my free time I enjoy playing video games, watching movies, and practicing my guitar. If you see me around please say hi!

3 Quarterly Newsletter The Trillium Times 3 Welcome! & INTROS! Keith Klejewski Hi, my name is Keith I have been with Trillium Works! since June. I have met many new people in the short time I have been here and am learning a lot of new skills where I volunteer at the Vineyard Church. I love Pokémon and have a huge card collection. I like meeting new people, so if you see me around, stop and say hello! Josh Blacketter Hello, my name is Josh! I moved into my new home in Lakeside in early June. I just started my final year of Duluth s T-12 program! In my free time I love to draw, watch scary movies, listen to music, play basketball, and go fishing! I caught the biggest walleye of my life pontoon fishing with Nature Rocks this summer! I m excited to meet new people and make friends with them! Denise Blaylock Hi my name is Dee and I came to Trillium in April as a Supervisor for Connections. I had been working with one of the girls before she came to Trillium and was asked to move to the company with her. I have six grown children and am now raising my second set of children, three adorable little Yorkies. I live in the country and I love the peace and quiet. In my spare time I love digging in the dirt and watching things grow. Amelia Chapman Hey, my name is Amelia and I am the new Program Manager in Family Services! I graduated from St. Scholastica with my Bachelors in Health Information Management this May and I plan to get my Registered Health Information Administrator certification in the near future. I love music, the outdoors, traveling and pursuing new experiences! Kassie Kruse-Koivisto Hello, I m Kassie! I started working for Trillium in 2013 as a Program Counselor, and was recently promoted to Supervisor at Kate, Kendra, Carrie, and Nicole s house. In my spare time I love being on the lake, watching hockey and football, attending community festivities with my friends and family, and traveling when I have the opportunity to do so. If you see me around be sure to say hello! Football season is back! The last few months the Vikings have been practicing. I saw them practice before they played Cincinnati and they were looking great. The preseason went very well with four wins! In regular season, week one was an away game at Tennessee with another win. Week two took on the Packers in our new stadium! What a way to open the new stadium with a win against the Packers! It is shaping up to be an excellent season. Our new stadium will also be hosting the X Games and in 2018 we will be hosting the Super Bowl! SKOL VIKES!!! The Vikings By: Sean Kunze

4 Quarterly Newsletter The Trillium Times 4 Familiar Faces Picnic Edition Above: Jesse Miller and Debra Weber Above: Nick Person, Mike Johnson and Tyler Michelizzi Above: Mandy Stanius and Karla Rue Task Force DTA Presentation Above: Ivy T. and Jordan Olson On July 20th, the Trillium Task Force group gathered at Peace Church in Hermantown to learn about the Duluth Transit Authority! Right: Barb Carlson The DTA s Director of Marketing, Heath Hickok, put on a wonderful presentation. He explained how to use and navigate the bus routes and brought neat visuals and pamphlets to check out. In addition to that, Heath talked about the new transit center, the history of the DTA, and many other interesting facts about the DTA. After that, the group got to board a DTA bus! Above: Henry Batjes The presentation left all with a better understanding of Duluth s public transportation, and everyone had a lot of fun! - Kari Nelson Right: Rose Maslowski and Gina Tondryk Goodbye to Quincy August 28th, 2002 September 15th, 2016 We are sad to announce the passing of Quincy. Save the Date! He was our second official office dog at Trillium Services. Quincy came to work every day with his mom, Amanda. Trillium Services Annual Holiday Open House He touched many people s lives as they came to join us for meetings or even to visit. He established special relationships with different people and would actually seek them out when he heard their voices. Quincy was the office manager with the other dogs and would let them know when they were making too much noise or were being disruptive. Quincy was our gentle and sensitive boy. Friday, December 16th 3pm-7pm Spirit Mountain Please contact Cindy Sanders at the Office by December 5th to RSVP. He will be greatly missed by all of us. - Kari Aanenson

5 Quarterly Newsletter The Trillium Times 5 Trillium Services Anniversary Recognition Trillium Services would like to recognize the following who are celebrating anniversaries in July, August and September of years Susan Belsvik 20 years Brandon Phillips Shannon Gilbert 19 years Roger Kragseth Nicole Beaupre Christine Lone 17 years Michael Maki 16 years Brian Jesswein April Bonneville Beth Shanda Jo Anne Schwerm 15 years Matt Bahl Kendra Reitan Taylor Teddy Fran Hom 13 years Sarah Anderson 12 years Jennifer Carlin Henry Batjes Debra Weber Cindy Sanders 11 years Megan Helmer Mark Schuman Andrea Jackson Lori Lande Nadine Hubert 10 years Ken Hansen Jennifer Hurst Joshua Howie 8 years Sheri Fish Danielle Wildes Benjamin Smolnikar 7 years Kaarin Baker Archie Davis Cindy Backen 6 years Rebecca Knighton Cheryl Fronckiewicz Deborah Berglund Cory Johnson 5 years Joshua Meyer Brianna Jelle 4 years Aaron Kilgore Rachel Hamilton Angela Sawyer Jasilyn Schilling Kassandra Mitchell 3 years Brianna Abbott Shawn Stanich Hunter Leon Courtnea Cadwell Diane Cadwell Tammy Goodale Paige Antonson Nicole Hire-DeMarre Chase Miller Kaitlin Rikkola Raymond Launderville Alicia DeVerney Joel Davey 2 years Katie Johnson Terry Beehler Jessica Utech Joni Tauzell Mandy Stanius Nicholas Person Laura Carlson Anna Bergren Joelle Chambers 2 years(cont.) Krystal Kinney Mandy Marshall Jesse Murphy Kinsey Polo Waylon Buck Tyler Michelizzi 1 year Judy Bushnell Timothy Anderson Matthew Stoltz Michael Baumgarten Meredith Stumpf Kiah Marschel Robert Frye John Ostlund Chearrie Clark Briana Thorkelson Andrew Rep Mollie Hanson Samantha Beaulieu Angela Schlosser Hailey Johnson Nicholas Pond Sharon Noland integration celebration! By: Josh Howie and Kari Aanenson Trillium Services and Trillium Works! would like to extend an invitation to all of our Stakeholders to attend our Person Centered Organization PATH (Planning Alternative Tomorrows with Hope). This will be a chance to share your ideas and help shape the direction and philosophy of the agency as we try to reach new heights of Person Centeredness. Direct Service Professionals Appreciation Day September 11th-17th marked the annual Direct Service Professionals Appreciation Week. To show our gratitude to our wonderful DSPs, Trillium organized a Direct Support Professionals Appreciation Day on the 13th! The Rambler rolled into the parking lot and provided food to our hardworking staff and the management team put together several door prize baskets for those who attended! A huge thank you to all of our staff who do such great work every day! You re Invited! Left: Brianna and Danielle ready to hand out Door Prizes! October 17, 2016, 2:00 pm 5:00 pm Country Inn & Suites, 4257 Haines Road, Hermantown Please contact Kari Aanenson or Josh Howie to RSVP at (218) Right: Some of the group enjoying some food and conversation.

6 Quarterly Newsletter The Trillium Times The summer kept those of us in Nature Rocks! hopping. Butterfly gardening at Hartley Nature Center was a big hit until the big storm hit us in July. We learned about the monarch butterfly and had the chance to see one leave its cocoon. We named him Toby and then he was set free. We celebrated the 4th of July with a picnic at Island Lake Recreation Area and had lots of food and fun times with friends! Pontoon fishing and our annual campout were cancelled due to storm damage to Hi-Banks Resort. We plan to go on an overnight ice fishing camp out in January 2017 at Hi-Banks Resort. 6 Please Join Us! October 6th, 5p-7p - Scrapbooking at Crosley October 20th, 4p-7p - Fall Hayride and Pot Luck at Country Side Rides November 17th, 4p-7p - Bird Feeder Building at Crosley December 8th, 4p-7p - Sleigh Ride, Gift Exchange, and Potluck at Country Side Ride. Nature Rocks! would like to invite people to order their bird feeders by November 10th. Cost is $15.00 each. Please contact Marie at to get your order in, quantities are limited! Interested in attending some of these awesome events? Call Marie or Ben at the Trillium Office for more information. -Marie Jannetta Left: Sarah Anderson at the 4th of July Picnic! Left: Roger Kragseth enjoying the 4th festivities T Right: Esther Jacobson and Katie Hanson Right: The crew getting ready for some food! rillium ask Force Trillium Task Force had a busy summer! The Task Force group took part in Grandma s Marathon by passing out water at Mile Marker 7. It was a great relief to the runners, since it was one of the hottest races on record! The Trillium Teamsters once again took part in the Rise Above Seizures Walk in August. We walked laps alongside other teams in support and honor of those living with seizures. Also in August, Trillium Task Force met at UMD for a planetarium show! Everyone had an awesome time learning about the Aurora Borealis and Aurora Australis the northern and southern lights as well as viewing a fun and informative presentation on the planets in our solar system. Trillium Task Force Events: October 25th 4p-5p - Voting Presentation at Trillium Office December 3rd, 4p - Chum Holiday Program December 7th, 4p - Holiday Card Making See upcoming flyers for event details, or contact Kari Nelson or Angie Schlosser at the Trillium office for more information (218) Trillium Task Force is a service recipient-directed group that provides a diverse range of opportunities for community service and self-advocacy. If you haven t checked out our group yet and would like to be added to our list to receive updates on upcoming events, please contact Kari Nelson or Angie Schlosser at the Trillium office. - Kari Nelson Left: Allie Karvonen, Rebecca Knighton and Christine Lone at Grandma s Marathon Above: The Task Force Group at the UMD Planetarium

7 Quarterly Newsletter mmunit o y C C on tribution The Trillium Times 7 Duluth Air Show s In July, a group from Trillium volunteered at one of the merchandise tents for the Duluth Air Show. This year s show was spectacular and featured the U.S. Air Force Thunderbirds! We had a lot of fun getting to see all of the planes and look forward to volunteering next year! Above: Jake Peterson, Shirley Roine, and Micah Saarela Blood Drive Rise Above Seizures Walk On August 10th, we held our annual blood drive. This was a very special year as the blood center only had 3 days left of their current blood supply and was in desperate need to refill the blood bank. With the help of many people we were able to meet our quota. With all of these donations we are able to help many people in dire need. Thank you to everyone for their life saving donations! On August 11th, Trillium had 53 people signed up to walk for the Rise Above Seizures Walk down at the Park Point Beach House. Everyone had a great time walking and visiting with each other during dinner provided by Famous Dave s. The Trillium Teamsters! Car Wash On Friday September 9th, volunteers from Trillium held a car wash at the Hermantown and Proctor Holiday Stations to raise money for the Autism Walk. We were able to raise $262 to donate to this year s Autism Walk! Left: Angie Schlosser More VOLUNTEER Opportunities: October 15th & 22nd: Boo at the Zoo at Lake Superior Zoo 8:30am-12:30pm. Contact Shirley to sign up. Above: Josh Blacketter and Jeff Arfman October 20th: Senior Food Box Packing at Second Harvest 9am-11am. Contact Angie Schlosser to sign up. November 17th: Senior Food Box Packing at Second Harvest 9am-11am. Contact Angie Schlosser to sign up. Alzheimer s Walk This year s Alzheimer s Walk was held on September 10th in Canal Park. Walkers took to the lakewalk in effort to raise money for Alzheimer s research and awareness. This year Molly Haraldson and Shirley Roine raised a total of $ to donate to the Alzheimer s Walk. November 19th: Epilepsy Foundation of Minnesota Aquarium & Bentleyville Tour 2pm-6pm. Contact Shirley Roine to sign up. November 23rd: Thanksgiving Food Prep at The DECC 10am-4pm. Contact Shirley Roine to sign up. December 7th: Holiday Craft Making at Myers Wilkins 4pm-7pm. Contact Shirley Roine to sign up. December 8th: Bentleyville Volunteering 4pm-8pm. Contact Kari Aanenson to sign up. December 15th: Senior Food Box Packing at Second Harvest 9am-11am. Contact Angie Schlosser to sign up. Above: Kalisha Williams, Jen Forbort, Ronelle Lathrop, Shirley Roine, and Christine Lone

8 Quarterly Newsletter The Trillium Times 8 In August Trillium Works! had the opportunity to continue its partnership with The Lighthouse Center for Vision Loss as they hosted a camp for transition age youth from across Minnesota. Six young people between the ages of 14 and 21 attended the camp. Trillium Works! assisted them in exploring careers that they may want to pursue when they get older through job shadowing and informational interviews. We want to send out an enormous thank you to all of the businesses that kindly took time out of their busy schedules to show us what you do and explain what you need to have a career in your field! A HUGE Thank You to the following businesses! - Access North Center for Independent Living - Airport Auto Sales - Aftenro - Budget Economy Tire and Service - Clyde Iron Works - Essentia Health Lighthouse Summer Camp - Great Lakes Aquarium - Johnson Frame and Axle - Residence Inn - St. Louis County Courthouse - SuperOne - Target It was such a great opportunity, and we had such a great time helping with the camp. We want to thank Mary, Harold, Haley, Nimer and all of the other staff at the Lighthouse for including us! - Josh Howie Trillium Works! in action -- by Jon Merritt Mike Johnson started working at the Residence Inn during December of last year. For several years before that, Mike would stop in at the front desk and restock their tourist information cards for the Marine Museum and the Lake Superior Zoo. is most proud of learning how to shampoo carpets. It was tricky at first, but now Mike makes it look easy! I like everyone there! - Mike Johnson (Right) During that time, Mike had developed great relationships with some of the staff there, especially Mike, who works at the front desk. Last winter while on a restocking trip, Mike inquired about and applied for a job at the hotel. Mike does excellent work assisting the maintenance man, Ellis, with cleaning and landscaping but often learns new tasks too. Mike Join Us for Trillium Works! Job Club October 20th November 17th December 15th Meetings are held at 1:00pm at the Trillium Office. Job Club is designed to allow everyone to get together and discuss their experiences while working, job developing, and volunteering. It s a great opportunity to learn from other people s experiences. DSP Retreat: Survivor Edition This year s theme for the Direct Service Professionals Retreat was Survivor! Trillium s finest showed up and were put into tribes, ready to compete for the title! The tribes competed in various challenges including obstacle courses, puzzles, blindfolded eating, trivia, tower building, and many more. Throughout the day tribes bonded over soaking wet clothes and frustrating puzzles. This day was able to show that everyone at Trillium is a team and if we work together, we can do anything! Thank you to all who attended the retreat! - Chelsea Dobs Josh Nordeen, Kelsey Nelson, Karla Rue, Nicole Villebrun, Crystal Buelteman, Jordan Olson, Blair Cunningham, Kinsey Klasnich, Jessie Hansen, Sage Fitzgerald-Prihoda, Kiah Marschel, Robert Frye, Kirsten Pollema, Matt Stoltz, Dawn Goldberg, Anna Bergren, Eric Lund

9 Quarterly Newsletter The Trillium Times 9 Employee of the Month Awards I like her a lot. We get along really good. She s a great job coach! - Amanda B. Bethany DeVoe July Bethany DeVoe started working for Trillium Works! in February 2015 and quickly proved to be an extremely valuable asset to the Works! Team. She encourages independence and communication with natural supports at all the places she coaches at. She is a positive role model and builds strong relationships. She has done a great job working with Amanda, giving her the support and encouragement she needed to start a new job. She worked side by side with her ensuring a successful work day, while encouraging Amanda to utilize the support of her co-workers. I like working with her, she s a cool person! - Deb W. Bethany has also done an incredible job working with Deb and Adam at Anytime Fitness. Thanks to her professionalism and hardworking nature, she has had a huge part in the growth of both of their jobs. They have become a lot more independent in their jobs this last year. She is a coach that can be depended on. The managers really like her at the clubs and know they can count on her to make sure the job gets done for the day. We are proud to have Bethany on the team and don t know what we would do without her! - Jen Eplin Kayla Pangell has worked at Trillium Services for a little over 3 years and has worked with quite a few individuals during her time here. Currently she works at Kate, Kendra, Carrie, and Nicole s house. Throughout her employment, Kayla has always been a dedicated, down to earth employee who exudes positivity in any situation. Recently, Kayla and Kate drove down to Mankato to see a Sara Evans concert. Unfortunately, due to bus trouble Sara wasn t able to make it to perform. August In true Kayla fashion, she didn t skip a beat and was able to come up with some other fun things for them to do on their trip. She and Kate still had a great time dancing and laughing, and got to experience music from a band they had never heard. It is exactly this type of employee that deserves to be celebrated, and that is why we are happy to have Kayla as our August Employee of the Month. - Danielle Wildes I like her, she s a hard worker! - Kendra R. Kayla Pangell and Kate Wallin She brings energy to the household and enjoys coffee too! - Nicole B. September Throughout Laura Brekke s time at Trillium Services, she has made and created wonderful relationships with many people here. Currently she oversees a caseload working with Patti, Wanda, Judy, Joanne, Paul, Dan, Roger, and John. Although they are not able to use words, the relationship and communication between each other is uncanny. They are able to read each other and have a deeper understanding of what each other need and want. Laura Brekke with Dan Bianco Laura s approachable, go-getting personality drives her passion to see the best in each person she works with. When Laura started working at Jackson in 2014, she quickly developed a wonderful relationship with all of the guys there, but especially with Dan. Laura s warmth and integrity when working with my brother makes her feel like family. I have a high level of respect for her, and trust her. She does a great job - Joe Bianco In addition to creating a sensory area, Laura s gentle approach with Dan has also helped bring some calm confidence to him and his environment. This approach has been successful in getting Dan more engaged in his community and has opened the door to discovering new passions. - Kate Stark

10 Quarterly Newsletter The Trillium Times 10 Youth Respite Services Collaboration Trillium is pleased to announce a collaboration with St. Louis County, Dr. Susan Larson Kidd, Kara Long OT, and DRCC to provide Respite to children with Autism. The program is financially supported by a grant that St. Louis County received from the Minnesota Department of Human Services. Dr. Susan Larson Kidd The program is designed to work in a multifaceted way. Teaching and training, community support, and service delivery are the main focuses of the project. Stakeholders that include parents, caregivers, staff, case managers, child psychologists and psychiatrists, Fond du Lac Human Services, Boise Forte Human Services, and other community members are gathering for a PATH on September 22, The PATH process will give the project a clear vision for moving forward. Look for results of the PATH as well as information on a new home where respite services will be provided in the December 2016 Trillium Times! The health beat: Zika Virus: Know the Facts! The Zika Virus has been getting a lot of publicity but what are the real facts about the virus? Zika is spread by a certain species of mosquitos. They are the same species that spread dengue and chikungunya viruses. The mosquitos are aggressive daytime biters but also can bite in the evening. It can also be spread through sex with an infected person. If a mosquito bites an infected individual, that mosquito can pass the virus on to another individual through a mosquito bite. The Zika virus is linked to birth defects during pregnancy causing severe brain defects including microcephaly which is usually is the result of the brain developing abnormally. Minnesota has had a number of cases but they are all related to travel to areas that these mosquitos exist. If you are infected you may not have any symptoms or they could be mild such as fever, rash, joint pain, red eyes, muscle pain or headache and can last for several days to a week. The virus stays in your blood for about a week so a blood test can be done to determine if you have the Zika virus especially if you have traveled to an area that has Zika. So how can you protect yourself from becoming infected? The Environmental Protection Agency (EPA) has a listed of recommended insect & tick repellents to us. These can be found at https://www.epa.gov/insect-repellents/findinsect-repellent-right-you. For more information on the Zika virus go to - Cindy Sanders Ivy T. Ivy has been volunteering at The College of St. Scholastica since March of this year. She volunteers at St. Scholastica two days a week while also volunteering at Keystone Bluffs and working at St. Germain s Cabinet, Inc. While at St Scholastica, Ivy helps the athletic coaches with many different tasks. These tasks range from cleaning/organizing/fixing equipment, sorting certificates of former players to be mailed out, and making sure the incoming athletes have signed all the right paperwork. Ivy loves sports and getting to know the wonderful athletic department at St Scholastica. - Krystal Kinney Ivy with one of the nets she repaired. Great work Ivy! Featured Volunteer Site The College of St. Scholastica is a private college with its main campus right here in Duluth. The college was founded in 1912 and was a female only school until Throughout the years, the athletic department started growing. There are currently 20 athletic teams at the college (10 men s and 10 women s). The mission of the athletic program, ultimately is to engage the mind, to elevate the spirit, and simulate the best effort of all who are associated with the College. If you would like to check out the athletes in action or learn more about St. Scholastica athletics their website is - Krystal Kinney

11 Quarterly Newsletter The Trillium Times 11 The Critics Starring: Chris Johnson Starring: Jennifer Wilson Lights Out (2016) When her little brother, Martin, experiences the same events that once tested her sanity, Rebecca works to unlock the truth behind the terror, which brings her face to face with an entity that has an attachment to their mother, Sophie. A total jolt of terror! --B The Secret Life of Pets (2016) Max the dog has the perfect life! One day his owner brings home another dog and his life changes dramatically. He finds himself lost with Duke, the new dog, and some of his friends from their apartment complex. Together they begin their journey home. This is a movie the whole family will enjoy! --A Living the Dream! By: Jen Erickson I have wanted a car of my own since I was 16 years old. It took me many years to save up enough money to buy the car that was best for me. There were people around me that doubted I could do it. It was challenging at times, especially trying to find a car that was newer with low miles that was in my price range. I had to look at many car dealers around Duluth and Superior to find the right deal. I finally found a car that fit the bill, a 2013 Ford Fiesta with about 55,000 miles. With help from my staff, I even negotiated a 2 year extended warranty! Since I got my car, my life has changed a great deal. I have the freedom to go wherever I want whenever I want. I still go to all my regular places, like the mall and the grocery store. But now, instead of taking the DTA or walking, I drive! Jen Erickson with her new Ford Fiesta! Jamie and Josh Howie were married on July 30th! Marissa and Chris Novak were married on June 3rd! Congratulations to Sarah Kamp! She moved into her own apartment on August 17th! Mike Reynolds (right) hosted Sean Kunze (left) at his new apartment for a Vikings Party! Congratulations to Mike, he moved into his own apartment on July 22nd!

12 Affiliated Emergency Vetrerinary Service Amazing Grace Bakery & Cafe Anytime Fitness Benedictine Health Center Boy s and Girl s Club Burger King China Star Family Restaurant Chris Jensen Rehabilitation Center CHUM Cloquet Public Works Clyde Iron Works College of St. Scholastica Congdon Elementary Country Inn & Suites Cub Foods Culver s Curtis Oil Dave s Pizza DECC Diamond Willow - Cloquet Duluth Bethel Trillium Works! would like to recognize and thank all the local businesses who support making our community a better place for everyone to work and live. Bolded businesses reflect new job sites. Duluth Children s Museum Hampton Inn Olive Garden Duluth Pack Hartley Nature Center Oneida Realty Duluth Playhouse Hermantown Hockey Arena Ordean East Middle School Duluth Police Department Interim Perk Place Duluth Public Library Jefferson Children s Center Petco Edgewood Vista Johnson Frame & Axle Perkins - Cloquet Essentia Health Keystone Bluffs Assisted Living Piedmont Elementary Field Logic Lake Effect Vapor Polinsky Children s Center Fon Du Lac Gas & Grocery Lake Superior College Proctor Community Center Fon Du Lac Reservation Lake Superior Zoo Rainbow Senior Center Forest Hill Cemetery Laura MacArthur Elementary Residence Inn Foster s Bar and Grill Lowell Elementary School Richard I.Bong History Center Franciscan Health Center Maritime Museum River Ranch Arena Friends of Animals Marriott Roufs Building Maintenance Girl Scouts of the USA Menards Salvation Army - Cloquet Glensheen Michael s Salvation Army - West Duluth Grandma s Saloon & Grill Mont Du Lac Recreation Area Sam s Club Great Lakes Aquarium Mount Royal Market Schneiderman s Furniture Habitat For Humanity -Restore Nanny s Daycare Silver Ranch Arena Hallelujah Daycare Northland Country Club Skyline Bowling Lanes Halvor Lines North Country Ride Solid Rock Safe Haven St. Anthony s Early Childhood St. Alban s Episcopal Church St. Germain s Cabinets St. Luke s Stowe Elementary Studio 7 Tattoo Subway Super One Foods The Damiano Center The Duluth Depot The Suites TJ Maxx Union Gospel Mission Video Vision Viewcrest Health Center Vineyard Church Vitta Pizza Wal-Mart - Hermantown Wendy s YMCA - Duluth YWCA - Duluth Look for us on Facebook! https://www.facebook.com/trilliumservices We use our company Facebook page to announce upcoming volunteer opportunities, trainings, job openings, and to promote community Events! Check us out! Annual Satisfaction Survey -- The 2015 Satisfaciton Survey results have been tallied! Trillium Services, Inc. Satisfaction Survey results are available for review at the Trillium Office and on the Trillium Services website. Action Request Box -- Do you have ideas, comments, or questions that would improve the services we provide? Fill out an Action Request Form located in the main office. Requests are reviewed bi-weekly and will remain anonymous if you choose. We look forward to hearing from you! Trillium Times Personnel Erica Lutz, Newsletter Design Trillium Directors, Editing Team Mandy Stanius, Trillium Services Annual Picnic Sean Kunze, The Vikings Kari Nelson, Task Force DTA Presentation Josh Howie, Kari Aanenson, Integration Celebration Marie Jannetta, Nature Rocks Kari Nelson, Trillium Task Force Josh Howie, Lighthouse Summer Camp Jon Merritt, Trillium Works! In Action Chelsea Dobs, DSP Retreat Jennifer Steger, Youth Respite Services Collaboration Cindy Sanders, The Health Beat Krystal Kinney, In the Spotlight/Featured Volunteer Site Chris Johnson, Jen Wilson, The Critics Jennifer Erickson, Living the Dream Contributing Writers Kassie Koivisto Davey Joe Shanna Gubrud Amelia Chapman James Horton Jen Eplin Denise Blaylock Keith Klejewski Mike Reynolds Angela Sawyer Nick Laudenbach Ben Smolnikar Danielle Wildes Kate Stark Shirley Roine Josh Blacketter Josephine Trillium Services, Inc Airpark Boulevard Duluth, MN 55811

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