NCDSNB recognizes staff

Newberry Disabilities and Special Needs Board and the PRIDE Business Center recognized staff and individuals on March 28 for years of service. Awards were presented for completing five, 10 and 15 years of continuous service. Pictured from left to right are: Trina Wright (director of programs); Eric Wise (15 years); Justin Moates (10 years); Andrea Reel (five years); Jimmy Rayford (10 years). Also receiving awards, not pictured, were Bernice Gary (five years) and Karshunya Davis (10 years). - Courtesy photo

Newberry Disabilities and Special Needs Board and the PRIDE Business Center recognized staff and individuals on March 28 for years of service. Awards were presented for completing five, 10 and 15 years of continuous service. Pictured from left to right are: Trina Wright (director of programs); Eric Wise (15 years); Justin Moates (10 years); Andrea Reel (five years); Jimmy Rayford (10 years). Also receiving awards, not pictured, were Bernice Gary (five years) and Karshunya Davis (10 years).

Newberry Disabilities and Special Needs Board and the PRIDE Business Center recognized staff and individuals on March 28 for years of service. Awards were presented for completing five, 10 and 15 years of continuous service. Pictured from left to right are: Trina Wright (director of programs); Eric Wise (15 years); Justin Moates (10 years); Andrea Reel (five years); Jimmy Rayford (10 years). Also receiving awards, not pictured, were Bernice Gary (five years) and Karshunya Davis (10 years).
https://www.newberryobserver.com/wp-content/uploads/2018/05/web1_NCDSNB-Recognitions.jpgNewberry Disabilities and Special Needs Board and the PRIDE Business Center recognized staff and individuals on March 28 for years of service. Awards were presented for completing five, 10 and 15 years of continuous service. Pictured from left to right are: Trina Wright (director of programs); Eric Wise (15 years); Justin Moates (10 years); Andrea Reel (five years); Jimmy Rayford (10 years). Also receiving awards, not pictured, were Bernice Gary (five years) and Karshunya Davis (10 years). Courtesy photo