Ginger the dog obviously loves her new home, and so do the four people who adopted her. read more
John Severtson led Clear Lake's Fourth of July parade as Grand Marshal. read more
Alex Prestholt volunteered to fix up the aviary at our Kinney-Lindstrom Center. read more
Liz Gossard and Bev Stadtlander are the first to reach 40 years of employment at Opportunity Village.
Witness the heartbeat of the Village
Want to know what we really do here at Opportunity Village?
Not just the number of widgets we assemble in our work areas or the
layout of the original campus. That might be important, but what really
gets you are the stories. How is an individual's life changed by
Join us for a tour that is not your ordinary tour. It's a tour
of the stories: staff, volunteers, and people we serve who've
experienced firsthand how the Village fosters individuality, supports
meaningful lives, and nurtures families.
Stewards of the land
Opportunity Village is improving the quality of its Clear Lake property for wildlife habitat and beauty.
Two sections are being improved with the help of the Department of
Natural Resources, the district forester Greg Heidebrink, and Troy
Faust, Natural Resources Conservation Service, Mason City office.