a clean-up in canada
When field service technicians in the Atlantic Canadian region talked about performing community service, they all agreed it should be something that would truly benefit their local community. And the beautiful maritime environment of the area deserved their attention.
“Keeping these areas clean and beautiful should be important to everybody,” volunteer and supervisor Marlon Prince said.
Prince organized volunteers in Truro, Nova Scotia, and Saint Johns, Newfoundland. The volunteers traded in their tools for garbage sacks and spent the day picking up trash and preserving the natural beauty of their communities. At the end of their service, everyone agreed they were grateful for the opportunity to volunteer their time for the community.
Said Prince, “We all felt it was important to take advantage of the awesome opportunity to give back to the communities we service.”