Bill Werner, store manager, for the Newark Home Depot donated supplies and built a device which is being used by our participants to help them with bowling. The device was developed by Sharon De Lozier, Occupational Therapist, at C.E.R.T.S. The device makes it easier for our participants to push the bowling ball.
The Delaware Division of the Arts is providing funding for the C.E.R.T.S. project, “Art Therapy for Adults with Multiple, Severe Disabilities” during FY 2015. The project is to provide art therapy, pottery and music programs at both the New Castle site in Newark and the Kent County site in Smyrna. Paul Weagraff, Director, Delaware Division of the Arts stated in his letter, “With a wide array of very strong applications this year, funding decisions were particularly challenging. Panelists deliberated thoroughly and thoughfully to assist in reviewing and ranking grant categories.”
This program is made possible, in part, by a grant from the Delaware Division of the Arts, a state agency dedicated to nurturing and supporting the arts in Delaware, in partnership with the National Endowment for the Arts.
The Pathmark Community Rewards program allows C.E.R.T.S. to earn 1% of your purchase amount for our nonprofit organization. It’s easy. Simply register your Pathmark PERKS Card and you’ll earn every time you shop at Pathmark. The GROUP NAME is CERTS Inc.
Link to “3 Easy Ways to Earn for Our Group” on the eScrip web site.
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The participants at the Kent County site in Smyrna helped put all the ingredients for a cake in a bowl and used a mixer. They then baked the cake and decorated it as an American flag using white icing, blueberries for the stars and strawberries for the stripes. They also had a 4th of July picnic with hot dogs, chips and macaroni salad. The singing of Happy Birthday America was a fitting celebration for our country’s birthday.