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ILS getting a new home

Posted: December 12, 2011 - 11:17pm
Kathy Weatherl, director of day services at Independent Living Services, gives a tour through the organization’s new home to ILS employees Shantrese Dillard and Stephanie Greer. Most of ILS’s employees and day services programs will be located after Dec. 27 at 615 East Robins St., formerly the location of Conway Adult Education. An open house for the public will be held in January. COURTNEY SPRADLIN PHOTO
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Chris Benoit
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Chris Benoit 12/13/11 - 04:59 am
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nice leather jacket

nice leather jacket

jellybeansmom
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jellybeansmom 12/13/11 - 02:24 pm
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???

What's your point Chris?

Chris Benoit
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Chris Benoit 12/13/11 - 06:10 pm
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Alot of people donate to this

Alot of people donate to this cause and and the special Olympics . I wonder if the donation money went to Fauzios instead of ILS. Leather isnt cheap in this economy luxury sticks out like a sore thumb . It was really noticeable to me.

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GM 12/14/11 - 12:14 am
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First of all ...

... the caption to the pic says she is talking to two employees. Can you be positive who are employees and who are not?

Second, nothing says the other two people pictured are residents. They could be friends or family of the employees pictured.

Third, you can't possibly tell from that pic if anyone is wearing real leather as opposed to some sort of shiny faux "leather" that might actually be very inexpensive.

Fourth, even if the particulr person is a resident or employee of ILS and even if the coat were actual expensive leather, you have no idea how or when the person came to own the coat. They could have gotten it prior to being a resident or employee. It could be a gift.

If you are going to accuse ILS of squandering donations by imprudently buying luxury items, you better be damn sure of your facts.

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Terri Powers 12/14/11 - 09:35 am
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Thank you...

I was thinking the very same thing.

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