Seeds for LIFE

Tyler Shore, center, picks the winning ticket from a Miele vacuum sweeper raffle held by A-1 Vacuum. Proceeds from the raffle begin the fundraising campaign for KAMPN’s LIFE (Living Innovations For Exceptional) Village. The village is being developed to serve the increasing population of adults with autism. Along with Shore are Becky Gosky and Melissa Shore, co-chairwomen of the fund drive, Doug Kropnicki, A-1 Vacuum, and Jim Taylor, president of KAMPN Inc.

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