Thursday, April 2, 2009

School "Work"

Bremer employees volunteer in their communities in lots of ways. Last year, they posted over 90,000 hours to hundreds of organizations across Bremer's service area. Here are a couple photos of us in schools helping out with projects.

Bremer Banker Lori Babcock volunteers as a Junior Achievement teacher. Recently, she met with Lynd Public School kindergarteners to share a story, Dylan and the New Playground. The story, from the JA curriculum, helps with a lesson on raising money for a community project that everyone can enjoy.

Bremer NRS Lois Schmidt, volunteered at a Cultures in Power carnival fund raising event last month. This Marshall Public Schools youth group builds youth leadership, civic engagement and appreciation of diversity in the school and community.

Posted by Lois Schmidt, NRS, Willmar

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