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Employees give back to the community

Published: Saturday, Oct. 5, 2013 1:15 a.m. CST

Wipfli LLP closed its Dixon and Sterling offices Sept. 26 so associates throughout the firm could give back to the the community.

The firm’s associates based in the Dixon office cleaned up the Dixon Park District's bike path and handed out safety brouchures. The group also volunteered at Granny Rose Animal Shelter, 613 River Lane, Dixon, and at Happy Tails Animal Shelter at 1408 McNeil Road, Rock Falls.

Associates in the Sterling office volunteered at Sterling Park District, and the LIncoln Learning Center, 611 E. Third St., Sterling.

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