Millions of people around the world donned their best green attire on March 17th to celebrate St. Patrick’s Day. Did you know that the first ever St. Patrick’s Day parade was actually held in New York in 1762. Today it is the largest and oldest St. Patrick’s Day parade.
Tyler Coupling in Marshfield, Missouri celebrated this year by serving team members green popcorn and punch. Team members were hoping to get a little luck of the Irish.
Every year, March 22 is dedicated to focusing attention on the importance of water. This year’s theme is “Nature for Water,” and explores nature-based solutions to water challenges we face in the 21st century.
McWane, Inc. is proud of the role our safe, strong and sustainable products play in bringing water to the world.
In the spirit of the holiday season, AB&I partnered with UCSF Benioff Children’s Hospital Oakland to donate gifts to the children spending Christmas in the hospital. Team members were encouraged to bring new, unwrapped gifts to the HR department and the response was overwhelmingly generous. It was truly an honor to help make a difference in a child’s life during the holiday season.
Futurecom team members held their annual Christmas luncheon on December 7 at Destiny Banquet Hall in Woodbridge, Ontario. Team members enjoyed a wonderful lunch and were treated to a murder mystery production of Silence of the Hams put on by BigTime Productions.
Team members were active participants in the production including Dave Ray, Senior Director of Engineering, who performed an Academy Award winning death scene. Other team members participated by showing some fantastic dance moves.
The entire Futurecom team would like to wish all our customers and vendors a very happy holiday season and a prosperous 2018!
The ladies on the second floor corporate team in Birmingham, Alabama held their annual Christmas luncheon and ugly Christmas sweater contest yesterday. They catered the food from Taco Mama and enjoyed lively Christmas music during the luncheon. This year Leslie Mawhorter won the award for ugliest Christmas sweater and Gretchen Easton won the award for the most creative sweater with her Green Bay Packers sweater. Teri Lavette won for the “most flammable” sweater with lots of colorful lights.
As in previous years, they had a lively game of dirty Santa, but everyone left with a smile on their face and a gift for Christmas.
On November 9th and 10th, Tyler Union team members were served a traditional Thanksgiving meal as a way to say thank you for their hard work and dedication this year and to usher in the holiday season. On the menu were turkey and gravy, cornbread dressing, green beans, mashed potatoes, rolls, and assorted pies. Everyone enjoyed the food and fellowship.
A special thank you to Five Star Food Service for providing an excellent meal for everyone to enjoy and to the Tyler Union team members who helped serve including Steve Johnson (Assistant General Manager), April Pearson (Division Controller), Chris Gravitt (Assistant Controller), Sara Tongsuvone (HR Assistant) and Tonja Brown (Employment Specialist).