Bayer Gives Back Volunteer Program
The “Bayer Gives Back Volunteer Program” assisted the St. Francis Manor, Seeland Park and Hammond Center for Assisted Living maintenance team with a landscaping project on August 16. Eleven Bayer employees spent 2.5 hours tearing out edging and landscaping fabric around the gazebo located in St. Francis Manor’s courtyard. They dug out roots from bushes, dug rock from around the trees and campus lights, and then finished by adding more dirt and leveling the ground. “Bayer employees have gone above and beyond to help us with various projects and we truly appreciate their commitment to giving back to the community,” said St. Francis Manor Executive Administrator Dion Schrack. “Our gazebo will receive a fresh coat of paint and the area will soon be updated with new landscaping so residents in the healthcare center and assisted living will be able to enjoy it.” “At Bayer, we know how important it is to be a strong partner in our community. Volunteering at events like this gives our team an excellent opportunity to positively impact the lives around us. Thank you to St. Francis Manor for letting us help on a project that many of our team members have a personal connection to,” concluded Bayer Site Lead Steve Gant.
Bayer volunteers pictured Front Row Left to Right: Joe Collins, Seth Poush, Kelly Wacha, Dalton Lender, Steve Meek, Scott Wheeler and Back Row: Scotty Bennett, Matt Moyer, Reid Vos, Elizabeth Hayes, Stephanie Findlay.