The grill was sizzling with brats and burgers enough to feed all the hungry folks at Ray Graham Association’s Hanson Center, thanks to the generosity of the Hinsdale Rotary Club.
The Hinsdale Rotarians spent their regular meeting time on July 25 serving close to 60 people with physical and developmental disabilities lunch at Mize Hall located at the Hanson Center in Burr Ridge. The Hanson Center is one of Ray Graham Association’s community learning centers that provides day programming and life skills education for people with disabilities.
The lunch included burgers, brats, potato salad, cole slaw, chips and all the fixings served by Ray Graham team members so that Rotarians had the opportunity to eat and talk with the more than 50 folks who receive services at the Hanson Center.
“It was a great event for us to get know the people that Ray Graham Association serves and to learn more about areas in which the Rotary Club can be of help,” said Chuck Snyder, president of the Hinsdale Rotary club.
The Rotary is planning on partnering with Ray Graham in the future, including more lunch events at the Hanson Center.
Ray Graham Association provides residential, employment, life skills and family support services to more than 2,000 people with disabilities and their families in 37 sites located throughout DuPage County. Visit www.raygraham.org.