Individuals at Rolling Hills proudly receive periodic achievement awards throughout the year for improved vocational performance. This includes important factors to success on the job, such as, production rates, work quality, work habits, punctuality and attendance.

Rolling Hills encourages individuals with the opportunities to increase their knowledge and competence in basic skills. Our goal is to enable the individual to function more independently at home, at work and in the community. We congratulate the following monthly and special award winners:

October Worker of the Month

Tim Bell of Savanna was selected by RHPC staff as Worker of the Month for October.Staff selected  Tim based on the following qualities:He is ...

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Eric’s Celebration of Life

Long time client worker Eric Challenger died suddenly in early September.  Eric had been part of the RHPC family for 25 years and was known for his g...

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Memorial Walk

“Lois Nelson was the DT Director at RHPC from 1980 until her passing in 2002.  Each year her family sponsors a memorial walk with part of the proce...

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September Worker of the Month

Tasha Randecker was selected by RHPC staff as Worker of the Month for September. Staff like Tasha's serious work attitude, versatility on jobs, great ...

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August Worker of the Month

Brian Wagand was selected by RHPC staff as Worker of the Month for August.Brian demonstrates these skills and strengths which led to his selection...

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A night out at the ballbark

Staff, clients and families attended a fun and relaxing night at the Clinton Lumberkings on Friday, August 10.    We wanted a less hectic and closer...

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Rolling Hills said “Goodbye”

Rolling Hills said “goodbye” to Ann Lower after over 30 years of participation at RHPC on August 8.  We wish her the best in her new endeavors. ...

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July Worker of the Month

Justin Rice was awarded the Worker of the Month award for July.  Staff considered the following when selecting Justin for the award:He has a fant...

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June Worker of the Month

Becky Schuler was awarded the Worker of the Month award for June.Becky is a long time worker at RHPC (started in the early ‘90s) and has shown m...

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May Worker of the Month

Lorie Rice was selected by RHPC staff as Worker of the Month for May!Staff commented that Lorie is at work every day, has a great attitude and is ...

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RHPC Board President Celebrates a Birthday!!

On Monday, May 21st, Rolling Hills Progress Center celebrated board president June Kingery's birthday by presenting her with flowers, a balloon, and a...

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Special Olympics Track & Field

On May 12th we attended the Special Olympics Track & Field we had 10 coaches and several family members from RHPC attend. The day started with a p...

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April Worker of the Month

Rolling Hills staff are proud and pleased to announce that Chuck Runge has been selected as Worker of the Month for April. Awards are imp...

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Klitz goes to State Basketball

As a result of winning first place at the Special Olympic Region A Individual Basketball Skills competition at Dixon High School on January 17, Rollin...

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March Worker of the Month

Rolling Hills staff are pleased to announce that Tashina Rice of Savanna was chosen as Worker of the Month for March during the award presentation on ...

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Worker of the Month February 2018

Rolling Hills staff were pleased to announce that Kim Pues, of Lanark, was selected as Worker of the Month for February.Kim’s award was based on...

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Lucas Rosenstiel — RHPC Worker of the Month – January 2018

Lucas Rosenstiel, Lanark, IL, has been selected as our most recent Worker of the Month. Lucas has an excellent attendance record and a great work atti...

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