Rebecca Self, executive director of Food Chain, stood beside a demonstration tank in 2015. Food Chain received a $20,000 grant to provide on-the-job training for employees in its processing kitchen. Food Chain was one of seven groups to receive funding from a new $150,000 Lexington job-training program.
Rebecca Self, executive director of Food Chain, stood beside a demonstration tank in 2015. Food Chain received a $20,000 grant to provide on-the-job training for employees in its processing kitchen. Food Chain was one of seven groups to receive funding from a new $150,000 Lexington job-training program. Tom Eblen teblen@herald-leader.com
Rebecca Self, executive director of Food Chain, stood beside a demonstration tank in 2015. Food Chain received a $20,000 grant to provide on-the-job training for employees in its processing kitchen. Food Chain was one of seven groups to receive funding from a new $150,000 Lexington job-training program. Tom Eblen teblen@herald-leader.com

$150,000 grant split among seven job-training programs

March 21, 2017 04:43 PM

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