Seattle employees pitch in for Habitat for Humanity
Wed, Aug 25, 2010
A group of Lynden, Inc. employees moved dirt and painted in June to help build a fourplex apartment building at Rainier Vista in Renton, WA. More than 30 employees have expressed interest in helping with the Habitat for Humanity program. Three employees helped at a project in Seattle earlier this summer, and five more will be going back to complete work this month. More groups will be scheduled for projects throughout the region over the summer. “We just started working with the organization this year, and we will continue to schedule employees who want to participate throughout the year,” explains Jeanne Miller of Lynden, Inc. in Seattle. “The work is very rewarding, and we had a lot of fun, too.”
Photo: From left to right are Laura Foster, Elisabeth Wittenberg, Mike Woodham, Jeanne and Clark Miller.