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Green Lake Windermere to spend a day of community service developing Bagley’s outdoor classroom

What do you think? Comments Off June 15, 2011 at 7:32PM

Thank you notes from last year's volunteer effort at Daniel Bagley. Photo credit: Erica Browne Grivas

This Friday (June 15, 2011), the staff of the Green Lake Windermere office will take the day off and participate in a day of community service.

Participants will be lending a hand with the development of Daniel Bagley Elementary‘s outdoor classroom and learning garden (7821 Stone Ave N). The project, which is a continuation of the work done by Windermere last year, includes the construction of a shed and benches.

“Windermere’s Community Service Day started in 1984 with my dad, John Jacobi, a handful of agents, and a run-down chain-link fence at an elementary school that needed some TLC,” said company president, OB Jacobi, in a press release. “Twenty-seven years and more than 800,000 hours of community service later, we’ve continued this tradition through neighborhood-enhancing projects in the areas where our Windermere teams live, work, and play.”

 

Thanks for the tip, Katie!

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