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Posts in Category: General

“Hearts of Gold” Gala

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Cedar Lake’s “Hearts of Gold” Gala is Saturday, November 13th at the Louisville Marriott Downtown. Click here to purchase your gala or gala after party tickets today. Contact Rachel McMahan at rmcmahan@cedarlake.org or 502.495.4928. Please note that Covid vaccinations are required for all attendees- bring your vaccination cards to present upon entry.

Cassandra Tembo- Interim President and CEO

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Tell me when you first started with Cedar Lake.November 2013 as the VP of Human Resources. How long were you with Cedar Lake? For 6 years. First as the VP of Human Resources to the VP of Administration and then Chief Administrative Officer. Tell me a little bit about yourself: family, job, hobbies, etc. I’ve … Continue reading “Cassandra Tembo- Interim President and CEO”

Give for Good Louisville

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Thank you for all your support during Give for Good Louisville 2021. It was a successful day which ended in a total of $16,175 raised with 89 unique donors! The Foundation Team had a blast capturing the special moments with our leaders and individuals you may have seen on our @CedarLakeKY social media pages. Your donations help individuals like Billy and Zach (pictured … Continue reading “Give for Good Louisville”

The Haynes Family

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Jim and Sara Haynes knew almost from the beginning of their son’s life that something was wrong.  Jeffrey would choke when feeding. He had his first seizure at four months and frequent, uncontrolled seizures after that. “We were routinely at the children’s hospital, but the seizures were never under control.” Desperate for answers, they took … Continue reading “The Haynes Family”

The Schuermer Family

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David’s family faced challenges at every turn that started when his son Matthew was five years old. Matthew broke his arm and required surgery which led to the discovery of a degenerative muscular disease of which David’s wife Nancy also suffered. Nancy, however, was diagnosed as an adult and eventually became wheelchair bound, but Matthew … Continue reading “The Schuermer Family”