Skils’kin employees make a ‘visible’ difference on base

David Jereaux Hayes III, Skils’kin janitorial custodian, dusts finger prints from an elevator door at the reserve building Oct. 13. David has been with Skils’kin for seven years. The janitorial section has 54 employees. In 1969, concerned parents, family members and business leaders organized the Pre-Vocational Training Center to provide services to Spokane-area adults with developmental, physical and mental disabilities. In 2004, the company changed the name to Skils’kin. (U.S. Air Force photo/Airman 1st Class Taylor Curry)

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