Milestones ribbon cutting



Milestones Adult Family Home, 7312 Shircel Rd., Sheboygan, a not-for-profit completely ADA accessible home for four adults with significant developmental disabilities and possible complex medical conditions, celebrated its grand opening with a Sheboygan County Chamber of Commerce ribbon cutting Tuesday, July 9. On hand for the ribbon cutting were Dan Radue, Bitter Neumann; Milestones visionary and director Kelly Jordan; Chamber Executive Director Betsy Alles; Rep. Mike Endsley; United Way Executive Director Jon Doll; Mayor Mike Vandersteen; Harbor Centre BID Manager Dave Hoffman; Randy Schwoerer; Tom Brickley, Community Bank & Trust; Board Treasurer Valerie Jin; Chamber Ambassadors and supporters. Milestones broke ground in October 2012 and completed construction in June. Jordan, a registered nurse and mother of a son with disabilities, felt there was an unmet need in care for young adults with disabilities and worked over the past year with the board of directors to make her vision a reality. The home has a warm water swimming pool, bedrooms, bathrooms, a kitchen/dining area, a calm area and a screened front porch, as well as care provided by fully-trained medical personnel. 
Submitted photo Milestones Adult Family Home, 7312 Shircel Rd., Sheboygan, a not-for-profit completely ADA accessible home for four adults with significant developmental disabilities and possible complex medical conditions, celebrated its grand opening with a Sheboygan County Chamber of Commerce ribbon cutting Tuesday, July 9. On hand for the ribbon cutting were Dan Radue, Bitter Neumann; Milestones visionary and director Kelly Jordan; Chamber Executive Director Betsy Alles; Rep. Mike Endsley; United Way Executive Director Jon Doll; Mayor Mike Vandersteen; Harbor Centre BID Manager Dave Hoffman; Randy Schwoerer; Tom Brickley, Community Bank & Trust; Board Treasurer Valerie Jin; Chamber Ambassadors and supporters. Milestones broke ground in October 2012 and completed construction in June. Jordan, a registered nurse and mother of a son with disabilities, felt there was an unmet need in care for young adults with disabilities and worked over the past year with the board of directors to make her vision a reality. The home has a warm water swimming pool, bedrooms, bathrooms, a kitchen/dining area, a calm area and a screened front porch, as well as care provided by fully-trained medical personnel. Submitted photo

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