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Slumberland donates to CAP Services program

6:52 PM, Jan. 17, 2013
Mary Hesch of Slumberland, center, presents a check to Mary Patoka, CAP Services' CEO, left, and Natalie Hayes, CAP Services' Skill Development Manager.
Mary Hesch of Slumberland, center, presents a check to Mary Patoka, CAP Services' CEO, left, and Natalie Hayes, CAP Services' Skill Development Manager.
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About five years ago, Orv Hesch presented a challenge. He had owned and operated a furniture store for many years in North Dakota. Four of his of his six children owned Slumberland Stores in Wisconsin. He suggested that if he committed $2,000 annually, and each of them did the same, they could donate the funds to a charity of their choice in their home communities on a rotating basis.

They took him up on it and this year, Mary Hesch of Slumberland, 5720 Windy Drive in Stevens Point, had her turn. She considered a few options and then selected CAP's Skills Enhancement Program in Portage County as the ...

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