Trine's national contest finalist makes headlines
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Journal Gazette column on March 26
features Sherry Albright, housekeeper
Sherry Albright, Trine University's top 10 finalist in the Cintas' Janitor of the Year contest, was featured in Frank Gray's column in The Journal Gazette of Fort Wayne.
In the column, Gray says "Albright's story is interesting enough" before he goes on to tell more about Albright, her work at Trine and the national contest.
To vote for Albright each day until May 1 in the Cintas' Janitor of the Year contest, visit trine.edu/sherry.