On Thursday, April 10th, we celebrated our much anticipated yearly Doe Fund graduation. This year, more than 400 men graduated and became true examples of how “work works.” Of the 400 men, 38 men were from the food services department. To become a graduate, one has to have full-time employment, live on his own, and remain drug free. The men have worked so hard to reach this point and it has been a pleasure to see the pure excitement on their faces throughout the graduation ceremony. It is a time for both staff and trainees to celebrate a job well done.