Members of Quadco Rehabilitation Center’s Administrative and Non-Profit Boards heard the yearly audit results at their regular meeting on Tuesday.
Jim Rensi from the Certified Public Accounting firm of Luderman and Konst in Defiance said, “It’s a clean opinion, an unqualified report.“
In his report, Mr. Rensi noted that the center has had a couple of challenging financial years back-to-back where they have had to use much of their reserved resources.
But he also mentioned that it has been nine months since the end of the fiscal year that was covered by the audit, and in those nine months he has seen a significant drop in losses at the center after expenses were cut by reducing staff and insurance costs.
Members of the Williams County Board of Developmental Disabilities toured QRC last week, according to Bill Priest, director of marketing.
He said the board members saw the work done by the Art Club and learned about the bird collage that had been displayed at the Parkview Physician’s Group in Bryan recently. The painting was included with other artwork done by members of the Black Swamp Art Guild and sold within a short time.
The group stopped for lunch at QRC’s SUBWAY Restaurant and Mama DeLuca’s Pizza Now! in Stryker. They took a tour after lunch.
The group then went to Northwest Products and watched as people worked at a variety of jobs there.
The Cruise-in on July 11 reportedly went very well, with more than 40 classic cars, trucks, hot rods and other vehicles that came for the show that day.