WRVC helps Partners for World Health on the move
On Thursday, October 6, 2016 students from the programs of Building Trades, EMT, Medical Occupations, Social Services, CDL and Heavy Equipment participated in a community service project for Partners for World Health. With the help of 38 students the goal for the day was to pack, move and unload medical supplies from PWH’s old warehouse to their new location. Kris Way donated the use of a box truck to compliment the WRVC CDL truck.
Thanks to Steve Doucette and Ron Welton for without their assistance not as many items would have been transported in the allotted time. Also, Thanks to Kirk Nygren for transporting the students to and from and between the two warehouses locations. Additionally, thanks goes to Kristina Lewis and Tegan Mixer for organizing, managing and chaperoning the day. Which from all accounts, was a very successful and rewarding opportunity for our students to benefit PWH.
In an email from Tori Lambert from Partners for World Health;
From all of us at PWH we would like to extend a hearty THANK YOU for all you did to help us yesterday as we move our new warehouse. Your students were not only hard working but also behaved professionally and were courteous and responsive to our needs. We cannot say enough about how your work effort impacted our getting into our new building.
Please tell your students how much we enjoyed them and thank them for their strong effort.