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The Big Red Bird Blog, named in honor of our giant 6′ avian mascot, is a great place to view photos and read about events put on or attended by the Cardinal family and clients. Read a few (or read them all!) and see if you can count the smiles!

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DSP Appreciation Week

Last week Cardinal celebrated the Direct Support Professionals (aka Delight Specialists) during National DSP Appreciation Week! They are compassionate, positive, fun, and hard working individuals! The Residential Supervisors of each site did something extra special to thank each and every one of them-there were also daily drawings to award fun prizes throughout the week. Thank…

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Zach meets the Sheriff!!

Several months ago, Zach asked me if I knew Sheriff Kevin Torgerson. He was surprised to know that I have known Kevin for many years. Every day that Zach has seen me over the past few months he’s continued to tell me he wanted to meet Sheriff Torgerson. I decided to email Kevin and ask…

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Star Tribune Top 150 Workplaces

Cardinal is proud to announce that we’ve been named a 2019 Star Tribune Top 150 Workplace. A big thank you goes out to all of our employees who helped to make this happen. Find out more information and see the full listing at www.StarTribune.com/topworkplaces2019.

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New cleaning job!

Eddie, Cardinal In-home client, was hired to clean the Winona Knitting Mills, where our Cardinal Winona Team offices out of, once weekly. He does a great job and the Winona Team is happy to have him there!

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Memorial Day

Over the Memorial holiday weekend  Terry and Gina headed out to Holmen, WI to visit the gravesites of his parents and youngest brother.  Terry’s parents and brother, Elmer died from a gas leak on Jan. 5th, 1972.  His brother was only 19 years old at the time.  Terry’s dad was also a World War 2…

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