The 2017 Clinton Chamber of Commerce Business Expo last week at Clinton High School drew the attention of a lot of people as hundreds came out to check out over 50 business and civic groups.
Vonderlieth of Mt. Pulaski was promoting their retirement community and facility. According to Lisa Burkschneider, Community Relations Coordinator, they wanted to make the DeWitt County community aware of what they are and the services they provide.
The facility recently underwent some renovations to their living spaces and according to Burkschneider, they have independent living spaces that are still available.
April 15, Vonderlieth is hosting an Easter Egg hunt and then from noon to 5 pm on April 29, they'll be hosting a family day at their facility with tours and opportunities for the kids.
Get more information about Vonderlieth Living Center in Mt. Pulaski by visiting heritageofcare.com/mtpulaski or find them on Facebook.