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October Newsletter

MRI IS PROUD TO ANNOUNCE THAT WE ARE NOW PRODUCING AN E-NEWSLETTER EACH MONTH! After many months, nearly 2 years, it dawned on us that a regular newsletter was not being published and sent out. We believe it is very important for our friends, families and donors to keep up to date on what is going […]

Posted: November 6, 2018 | View More »

MRI Announces Outdoor Activity Center, Meaningful Meadows

Decatur, IL – Macon Resources, Inc. (MRI) held a kickoff event on Thursday, October 4 to celebrate their newly renovated gym and announce a new addition to the MRI campus, Meaningful Meadows, an innovative outdoor activity center for adults with developmental disabilities. Meaningful Meadows will be one of the most unique inclusive recreational areas offered […]

Posted: October 9, 2018 | View More »

Macon Resources Achieves Person Centered Excellence Accreditation

Decatur, IL – The CEO of Macon Resources (MRI), Amy Bliefnick, today announced that MRI has been awarded the four-year Person-Centered Excellence Accreditation from CQL | The Council on Quality and Leadership. This award confirms that the organization embraces person-centered solutions to improve the quality of life for people receiving supports and services. MRI is […]

Posted: October 9, 2018 | View More »

MRI & Millikin University Present: A Midsummer Night’s Dream

MRI Drama Club & Millikin University students have been working hard to learn the ins and outs of show biz. Come check out their hard work as they present William Shakespeare’s “A Midsummer Night’s Dream.” WHO: The Superior Thespians of MRIWHAT: “A Midsummer Night’s Dream” by William ShakespeareWHEN: Friday, May 4 @ 1:00 pmWHERE: MRI Gymnasium, 2121 Hubbard Ave., […]

Posted: April 24, 2018 | View More »

Meet Cameron

Cameron participates in the Discovery Depot child care center at Independence Pointe. At only two years old, he is a rambunctious ball of energy! When we went to visit Cameron to get a few photos for our Impact Story he was a bit shy. Granted, we arrived as he and his classmates were just waking up from […]

Posted: March 20, 2018 | View More »

Spread the Word to End the Word

Join MRI as we Spread the Word to End the Word! Spread the Word to End the Word is a national campaign created by Special Olympics and Best Buddies. MRI is joining the campaign and spreading the word about how hurtful the R-word (retard or retarded) can be to individuals with disabilities. On Wednesday, March 7 from […]

Posted: March 6, 2018 | View More »

Meet Angie

If you were to visit MRI (Macon Resources, inc.) out on Hubbard Avenue, there is a good chance you would be welcomed by a big smile from Angie. Angie has been with MRI for over 33 years, and has witnessed many changes throughout those years! She has held multiple employment positions around the building; however, […]

Posted: February 12, 2018 | View More »

MRI Named Non-Profit of the Year

Each year, the Greater Decatur Chamber of Commerce holds an awards luncheon to celebrate local organizations making a positive impact in our community. This year, MRI was named Non-Profit of the Year. MRI’s Executive Director Amy Bliefnick and MRI Day Training participant Karina Hayes accepted the award on behalf of all staff and individuals served. […]

Posted: September 25, 2017 | View More »

Meet Tony

Meet Tony, an MRI Day Vocational Training participant. Tony may be blind, but that doesn’t stop him from pursuing his passions, including music. Tony taught himself to play piano by ear at the age of five. However, his musical abilities don’t stop there! Tony can also play keyboard, autoharp, and sing. MRI clients and employees can […]

Posted: April 25, 2017 | View More »

Meet Olivia

MRI’s Our Voice Through Art has allowed Olivia to gain confidence, make friends and think outside the box.  Through the class, she has been able to explore various materials, which has shown her how to look at the world differently. Olivia’s communication skills have also improved as she becomes more comfortable asking for help, sharing materials and complimenting others’ […]

Posted: March 9, 2017 | View More »