Volunteers renovate vocational center for teens with special needs

A Kentucky vocational skills program for teens with disabilities will have an improved setting thanks to volunteers. About 50 workers from a Johnson & Johnson subsidiary converted a former restaurant for the Point/Arc of Northern Kentucky. In addition to pre-vocational classes, the location will offer a research library, classrooms and space for meetings.

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