In this Saturday, Oct. 28, 2017 photo, Scott Taber pulls a wagon with his wheelchair to help customers haul groceries to their cars at the Grocery Outlet in Salem, Ore. Taber was assisted by Garten Services, a Salem-based nonprofit integrates people with disabilities into the community, including finding and helping them keep jobs.
In this Saturday, Oct. 28, 2017 photo, Scott Taber pulls a wagon with his wheelchair to help customers haul groceries to their cars at the Grocery Outlet in Salem, Ore. Taber was assisted by Garten Services, a Salem-based nonprofit integrates people with disabilities into the community, including finding and helping them keep jobs. Statesman-Journal via AP Anna Reed
In this Saturday, Oct. 28, 2017 photo, Scott Taber pulls a wagon with his wheelchair to help customers haul groceries to their cars at the Grocery Outlet in Salem, Ore. Taber was assisted by Garten Services, a Salem-based nonprofit integrates people with disabilities into the community, including finding and helping them keep jobs. Statesman-Journal via AP Anna Reed

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