The West Columbia Office is excited to announce that it has partnered with Schneider Electric to create a customized training opportunity for VR consumers who are participating in job readiness training. Consumers in this ongoing program will train onsite at Schneider Electric.
Good morning, I had a very interesting weekend. The weather on Saturday afternoon was somewhat warm at least for February. The skies were clear and the sun was shining very bright. I decided to stop at Finlay Park for a few minutes before my next appointment.
As I pulled into the parking lot, I noticed a large gathering of the homeless population carrying white containers of food. Some were huddled around a SUV with the trunk open. I noticed two young ladies with more Styrofoam containers of food in the trunk. I thought to myself, “How nice of theses ladies to take time to feed the homeless.”
Lucien “Luke” McCurry prepares to throw the first pitch at a recent Lexington Blowfish game. Prior to the game, Luke and nine other young adults attending the Summer Transition Evaluation Program for Students (STEPS) at VR’s West Columbia Evaluation Center toured the Lexington County Baseball Stadium and met with various employees. They learned about jobs at the stadium, what’s involved in hosting a minor league baseball team, and various ways the stadium serves the community