MRJN welcomes community

Steve and Lynn Sharp were awarded a plaque during their open house on Friday, Oct. 21 by MRJN program director Albert Almanza as a way to acknowledge the work and help they have provided to MRJNS clients.

Most Reliable Job Network (MRJN) hosted their open house on Friday, October 21 as a way to introduce their services to the public and acknowledges employees and the companies they work with.

MRJN provides training to individuals who have disabilities (challenges). The company started out helping those with physical challenges though with the growth of the company came the growth of their services.

Kennia Perez can be contacted at 509-837-4500 ext. 110 or at KPerez@sunnysidesun.com

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