by Phil Ambroziak While this weekend is the time to be thankful, those involved with Meadow Lake’s Supported Employment Transition Initiative (SETI) program got a head start when they held a celebratory luncheon Oct. 6. Designed to express gratitude to the many businesses throughout the community that provide employment opportunities for people with disabilities, the … Continue reading
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