Four Nebraska Firms Helped By Vocational Program Honored

By: Associated Press Email
By: Associated Press Email

The successes of four Nebraska business owners who received assistance from a program that aids people with disabilities have been recognized by Gov. Dave Heineman.

B&B Street Motive in Grand Island, Take Out Express in Beatrice,
Quality Block and Basement Company in Lincoln and Van Horn Saddlery in Ogallala were honored Wednesday.

The Nebraska State Rehabilitation Council selected the businesses because of their entrepreneurial spirit and successes.

One of the owners of each of those businesses received help from
Nebraska Vocational Rehabilitation. That division of the state Department of Education helps people with disabilities find work and live independently in their communities.


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