Our 19th annual golf outing was held at Fox Hills Golf and Banquet Center.
The rainy start gave way to a beautiful day for the more than 200 golfers and other participants. Thanks to those who continue to support ASOC. The funds raised during this fun day and evening will enable us to continue to support services and groups for those impacted by autism throughout our community.
A special thanks to our Charter Sponsors:
Our Gold Sponsors:
Next Generation Services Group, Rudolph/Libbe, Utica Enterprises
Our Silver Sponsors:
Heller Machine Tools, KUKA Systems, Schreiber Corporation
This presentation was shown 2013GolfOutingPresentation.pdf
ASOC Supports Employment and Vocational Education
The day also featured a wide range of quality items from micro-businesses and the advocacy of an employmenfessional from MORC. It was encouraging to see so many wonderful adults with special needs and professionals sharing their creativity and expertise!
Vendors and job developer information are listed below.
Created for you with care.
Line of comfort items includes: jewelry, seasonal crafts, soaps, custom sewn items and more
Chocolate creations can be customized for any occasion; showers, graduation parties or any outing or event.
West Bloomfield Transition Center
7071 Orchard Lake Road, Suite 120
West Bloomfield MI 48322
The Transition Center has started a business making and selling beautiful candy wreaths. Students are involved in every aspect of the business and are proud to make wreaths available for purchase!
Jenny Brown, Program Coordinator
2270 Dutton Road
Rochester, MI 48306
The farmers from the Dutton Farm Vocational Program have create a wide range of hand-crafted items; including grocery bags, herbs, lotions, soaps, potholders and more.
Fabian Israel Art
Fabian has a wonderful eye for color and finds beauty to paint all around him. He has created a wide range of images captured in timeless art pieces.
The Friendship Bakery
The Friendship Bakery is a program for young adults to learn skills that will enable them to qualify for a job in the food service industry. Each week, the group meets at a professional kitchen and bakes delicious challah (a sweet egg bread).
The bakers are acquiring skills such as measuring, rolling, braiding, kitchen safety and cleanliness, and basic business management. The Bakery is a warm, vibrant and happy place where each baker and volunteer learns and grows while having a great time. For pictures, video and information on how to purchase challah please click here.
Jonathon Kuhn, CEO
Offering beautiful hand-crafted pens and stylus's in a wide range of colors created from a variety of woods.
These hand-made creations are a lovely way to share your greetings.
Moose's Lodge Pet Services
Joseph Lutzky, Proprietor
Joe provides care for your pets.
Offering superior services including, but not limited to; yard clean up, exercise and vacation care.
If you need something other than what has been listed, please feel free to contact me and we can see if I can help you.
Ross' Cozy Treasures
Ross has many different bird houses that he has created and painted for our "feathery friends".
Hand-made book marks, flash drives, key chains and lanyards created by the students of the Rochester post-high school program were offered for sale.
Cynthia Burdi from
Macomb Oakland Regional Center MORC.
Cynthia is a job developer who works with area businesses to hire people with disabilities.
MORC is committed to working with businesses. Tax Credits - one of the many advantages to hiring someone with a disability. The Work Opportunity Tax Credit (WOTC) is a ferderal credit available for employers.