Daryl Washington picks up recycling at an engineering firm in Rancho Cordova last month. Washington suffers from hearing loss and is one of the disabled persons employed with Southside Art Center’s recycling program. The art center is asking Book of Dreams readers for money to pay for steel-toed boots, uniform shirts, gloves, rain gear and a back brace for its recycling team employees.
Daryl Washington picks up recycling at an engineering firm in Rancho Cordova last month. Washington suffers from hearing loss and is one of the disabled persons employed with Southside Art Center’s recycling program. The art center is asking Book of Dreams readers for money to pay for steel-toed boots, uniform shirts, gloves, rain gear and a back brace for its recycling team employees. Lezlie Sterling lsterling@sacbee.com
Daryl Washington picks up recycling at an engineering firm in Rancho Cordova last month. Washington suffers from hearing loss and is one of the disabled persons employed with Southside Art Center’s recycling program. The art center is asking Book of Dreams readers for money to pay for steel-toed boots, uniform shirts, gloves, rain gear and a back brace for its recycling team employees. Lezlie Sterling lsterling@sacbee.com
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Recycling program provides jobs, self-esteem for workers with disabilities

December 07, 2015 2:43 PM

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