KSI presents 72 certificates for perfect attendance in August

KSI presented 72 certificates to individuals with perfect attendance in August.  Alphabetically recognized are:  Rosa Acevedo, Miguel Acevedo-Torres, Dale Adams, Gary Allen, Jason Anthony, Samsun Anthony, Dawan Atherley, Tevon Baines, Roy Baker, Amber Barr, Megan Behornar, Betina Bonville, Andre Brown, Brenden Brown, Richard Bryan, Brandyn Bryant-Davis, George Bull, Robert Bullock, Arthur Bunting, Michelle Burns, Patrick Butler, Kyle Cahall, Craig Chandler, Patrick Clendaniel, Richie Cote, Brian Cummings, Darren Daigrepont, Susie Dorow, Judith Downing, Richard Downing, Mike Elliott, Teresa Fullman, Renee Garrison, Thomas Haight, Kelly Harrington, Shannon Harris, Mark Hemrick, John Henning, Deborah Hrupsa, Eric Johnson, Inez Johnson, James Johnson, Chris Kerr, David King, Erika Klase, Kevin Kramer, Willie Lopez, James Lord, Heather Mack, Beth Maffett, Dale Mast, Angilica May, Annie Momot, Evelyn Moore, Franklin Morris, Darlene Murray, Jerome Norton-Roberts, Wanda Norwood, Trevon Pressley, Catherine Schaeffer, Jean Schieferstein, Julia Secrest, Steve Shenk, Helen Sheppard, Chris Smith, James Snead, David Strail, Kim Sullivan, Gilliean Walsh, Kyheen Weaver, Nikia Welch and Jeffery Winder.

KSI is a private, not for profit agency providing vocational training, employment, supported employment, community integration, transportation, day habilitation, life enrichment and day habilitation services to individuals with disabilities in Kent and Sussex Counties.  KSI is committed to making all reasonable accommodations, in order to ensure that our programs and services are as accessible as possible, to as many people as possible.  For more information about KSI, call Alicia Hollis at 302-422-4014 ext. 3015, or visit our website at www.ksiinc.org.  Like us on Facebook, www.facebook.com/ksiworks.

Some individuals do not appear in this photo as they were at other locations.

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