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RESNICK AUTO GROUP ASSISTS DEVELOPMENTALLY DISABLED ADULTS
New-car dealer Philip Resnick and the Resnick Auto Group have contributed over $10,000 this year in cash and vehicles to Lambs Farm, a local organization for developmentally disabled adults. Resnick's dedication drew accolades from the Chicago Automobile Trade Association, which gave an additional $1500 through its Chicagoland Dealers Care program.
Lambs Farm empowers developmentally disabled people to live independently and contribute to the community. The Libertyville campus provides living arrangements for over 150 participants, and arranges employment for nearly 250 through the on-campus farmyard, pet shop, restaurant, country store & bakery, thrift shop, and at other local businesses. For more information, visit www.lambsfarm.com.
Pictured (from left to right): Kevin Mize, CATA board chairman; Barbara Schwarz Rudzin, Lambs Farm Director of Development; Diane Yaconetti, Lambs Farm President and CEO; Lee Wulbert, Resnick Automotive Group CFO; Dave Sloan, CATA president.