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Caldwell County Commissioner’s Court approved a proclamation making June 24 “Randolph Goodman Day." From left, County Judge Hoppy Haden, County Commissioner Precinct 1 BJ Westmoreland, County Commissioner Precinct 2 Barbara Shelton, County Commissioner Precinct 3 Edward “Ed" Theriot, County Commissioner Precinct 4 Joe Roland, Ted Groholske of Workforce Solutions, Brian Olson of Premier Cuts, Eva Goodman, Randolph Goodman, Margaret Diamond of Green Group Holding, Alfonso Sifuentes of Green Group Holding, and Rachel Garnes of Gary Job Corps Center. Submitted photo

Caldwell County proclaims 'Randolph Goodman Day'

Gary Job Corps Students Eloy Palacios (CMA), Amaya Holt (MAIC) and Syris Thomas (Pharm. Tech.) have been working at the J.J. Pickle Wellness Center. They have been assisting with lockbox key set-up for the dormitories, helped put together new medical folders, refilling first aid kits,  and even help coordinate a potluck with staff to welcome back Dr. Zamora. Palacios, Holt and Thomas have been participating in Work-based Learning an internship program for Gary Job Corps students. Submitted photo

Work-based learning students are 'blessings'

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