Allied Services honors individuals with disabilities at milestone service awards

Allied Services celebrated the accomplishments and significant employment milestones of individuals with disabilities employed at its Scranton vocational center. The employees were be presented with appreciation gifts by Allied’s CEO, Bill Conaboy and VP of Community Services, Bob Ames.

In addition to congratulating employees with 15, 20, 25 year employment records, Allied celebrated with 2 special ladies in particular:
Maureen O’Haura, a 45 year Allied employee.
Peggy Doherty, who is retiring after more than 40 years as an Allied employee.

About Vocational Services at Allied Services: Since 1959, the Vocational Services Division has existed to give individuals with disabilities the opportunity to achieve their full social, vocational, and economic potential. Allied currently provides vocational services to over 500 individuals with disabilities. The program offers training, supervision, support services and employment opportunities in a wide range of settings; from a vocational center, to a supervised work placement in the community or competitive employment with an area business.