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NorthPointe Resources to host 60th anniversary gala, fundraising event

Published: Tuesday, April 22, 2014 11:20 a.m. CDT

HIGHLAND PARK — NorthPointe Resources will host a 60th Anniversary Diamond Jubilee Gala Event on April 26 at the Highland Park Country Club.

Annually, NorthPointe provides housing, employment and recreation for more than 500 people with intellectual/developmental disabilities and/or mental health issues. Money raised from this event will go directly toward programming at NorthPointe Resources.

The event includes dinner, music and free casino-style entertainment as well as a raffle. To purchase raffle or dinner tickets, call 847-731-5708.

Sponsors of the event include Cancer Treatment Centers of America, Hefter, Leshem, Margolis Capital Management of Wells Fargo Advisors, Travel Center of Buffalo Grove, Associated Agencies, Fischer Paper Products, MetLife, 180 Consulting/Staffing, Assured Healthcare Staffing, Kiwanis Club of Zion-Benton, McKesson, Omnicare, Rosie’s Corporation and Rust-Oleum.

“We are grateful to these sponsors and hope people will come and celebrate with us. We still have tickets available for the event,” said Deborah Rabine, development manager at NorthPointe Resources. “By contributing to this event, you help NorthPointe Resources further their mission of empowering individuals with disabilities to achieve their dreams."

NorthPointe Resources offers an extensive system of support services designed to ensure program participants achieve the highest levels of enjoyment and independence. Every year, approximately 500 individuals participate in their award-winning programs that stress active community participation through employment, residency, leisure activities and advocacy.

For information about NorthPointe Resources, call 847-872-1700 or visit www.NorthPointeResources.org.NorthPointe Resources is located at 3441 Sheridan Road
, in Zion.

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