40 years with Employment Solutions
On April 10, about 125 of Mary Jane Leffler's friends and co-workers gathered to celebrate her retirement after a 40-year career at Employment Solutions. The nonprofit, which serves individuals with barriers to employment and people with intellectual disabilities, includes programs like those Leffler attended, such as Q-box (Quality Box Co.) and Expressive Programs. Leffler, 69, has lived with her sister, Suzanne Frank, in Lexington since 1994. Following Leffler's retirement, the sisters will move to Washington state. Pictured above, from left, Rick Christman, Employment Solutions CEO; Leffler, (holding an engraved plaque of recognition); Steve Watts, director Quality Box Co.; and Frank, holding a platter that Leffler made for her in the Expressive Arts Program.
40 years with Employment Solutions On April 10, about 125 of Mary Jane Leffler's friends and co-workers gathered to celebrate her retirement after a 40-year career at Employment Solutions. The nonprofit, which serves individuals with barriers to employment and people with intellectual disabilities, includes programs like those Leffler attended, such as Q-box (Quality Box Co.) and Expressive Programs. Leffler, 69, has lived with her sister, Suzanne Frank, in Lexington since 1994. Following Leffler's retirement, the sisters will move to Washington state. Pictured above, from left, Rick Christman, Employment Solutions CEO; Leffler, (holding an engraved plaque of recognition); Steve Watts, director Quality Box Co.; and Frank, holding a platter that Leffler made for her in the Expressive Arts Program.
40 years with Employment Solutions On April 10, about 125 of Mary Jane Leffler's friends and co-workers gathered to celebrate her retirement after a 40-year career at Employment Solutions. The nonprofit, which serves individuals with barriers to employment and people with intellectual disabilities, includes programs like those Leffler attended, such as Q-box (Quality Box Co.) and Expressive Programs. Leffler, 69, has lived with her sister, Suzanne Frank, in Lexington since 1994. Following Leffler's retirement, the sisters will move to Washington state. Pictured above, from left, Rick Christman, Employment Solutions CEO; Leffler, (holding an engraved plaque of recognition); Steve Watts, director Quality Box Co.; and Frank, holding a platter that Leffler made for her in the Expressive Arts Program.

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