Quints on the job in Potterville

(L-R) Logan, Lucas, Leith, Lauren, Lindsey Curtis Photo: Curtis family

POTTERVILLE, Mich (WLNS) – There are more than 36,000 McDonald’s restaurants worldwide and one of those is in Potterville.

And what makes that McDonald’s in Potterville unique?

The Curtis quintuplets.

18-year-old quints Lucas, Lauren, Logan, Lindsey and Leith Curtis can all be found working under the Golden Arches.

“We call it McCurtis,” laughed the quintuplets’ mother, Lori.

Lucas and Lauren were the first to begin working at McDonald’s about a year ago. In March Leith started at McDonald’s and in May Lindsay and Logan completed the line-up.

Restaurant manager Jennifer Walters says the siblings train each other on the various jobs and responsibilities. That has made for a smooth first-job experience.

The Potterville High School seniors have different jobs in the restaurant.

Lucas, Logan and Leith work in the kitchen, Lindsey is in the lobby and Lauren works the front counter.

And customers may never know there are siblings on the job because the quintuplets aren’t identical.

Their parents help out with coordinating transportation to the job and appreciate the positive experiences.

“It’s been a life learning experience that has taught them responsibility and being held accountable,” said their father, Leith.

So the next time you’re in the McDonald’s in Potterville look for a Curtis kid.

There’s a good chance at least one is working.

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