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“Drive through” breakfast benefit set for Stillwater center – Twin Cities

2021-05-05 14:42:35 –

Courage The people of Kenny St. Croix are shifting gear this year for a pandemic.

Instead of the organization’s largest annual fundraising activity, Encourage Breakfast, Courage Kenny St. Croix staff will host a “drive-through” fundraising breakfast next week. Stillwater Outpatient Center In the treatment of brain and spinal cord injuries, stroke, chronic pain, developmental disorders and autism.

The event will take place on Tuesday from 8am to 11am at the Courage Kenny St. Croix parking lot at 1460 Curve Crest Blvd.

Courage Kenny St. Croix staff will hand out breakfast treats and coffee as people “drive through” with donations. A quartet of four students from Stillwater Area High School plays for donors as they pass by.

Brad Kubasta, Right, Courage Kenny Rehabilitation Institute-Talks to Paula Simpson, Therapeutic Rex Specialist at St. Croix in Stillwater after aquatic training on Friday, May 13, 2016. Kubasta suffered from debilitating pain after back surgery and is currently running a pain management program in the hospital with Courage Kenny. (Pioneer Press: Jean Pieri)

“Because of COVID, we had to stop traditional breakfast,” said Patty Radoc, rehab manager at Course Kenny St. Croix. “Charitable donations are important to the services we provide to the community, so we are happy to offer another form for the community to safely collect and donate to the organization. We look forward to seeing you in person next year. I am looking forward to it.”

For more information and donations, please visit. www.allinahealth.org/encouragebreakfast..

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