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Retired WSP employee Dennis King (left), Penrickton Center Director Kurt Sebaly and WSP Weld Repairman Mike Kerekes pose for a photo with Isaac, a child who attends the Center. Photo courtesy of the Penrickton Center.
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 Go Further: Woodhaven Stamping Helps Raise More than $500,000 for Local Non-Profit

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WOODHAVEN, Mich. - Kids from the Penrickton Center for Blind Children are just like any kids – they love to go on field trips and need to learn how to navigate their way through a complicated world.

But when they do venture out, Woodhaven Stamping Plant (WSP) team members can be proud to know they helped make it a safe reality.

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6/19/2013 6:00 AM