Good work: KC’s Southeast Enterprises gives adults with disabilities jobs and purpose

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“On a recent Tuesday morning, Southeast Enterprises was bustling with activity. At one end of the workshop at 6701 Booth St. in Kansas City, workers inspected and assembled telescopic extension poles for paint rollers and light bulb changers. Others carefully wrapped paper labels around shakers of barbecue rub.

Few were more focused than Nathaniel, AKA “Nano.” His fast-moving fingers glinted with glitter as he quickly wrapped metallic blue tassels around Hallmark birthday cards, then arranged the cards in a neat row in a cardboard box. Nano’s record for most cards in one day: 2,050…”

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As you may have heard, the CDC has categorized Jackson County, MO as a high community risk for the transmission of the Covid19 virus. SE will be closing our facility early on Friday, July 1st, for the July 4th weekend. We will remain closed until July 8th, returning to normal business hours on Monday, July 11th. Because the holiday weekend poses additional high risks for transmission and SE has a handful of quarantined COVID positive cases, SE is taking extra safety precautions. We feel this extended discretionary closure will mitigate exposure and spread among those we support. There will be no deliveries or pick-ups during this time. Enjoy your 4th of July holiday and remember to be safe. Please wash your hands, mask up, practice social distancing and be careful with the fireworks.