Employees from Carmeuse Lime & Stone’s Strasburg and Middletown operations raised $1,521 for their local Restore Hope Food Pantry during the organization’s annual turkey and ham drive.
This month, Carmeuse Longview has continued its three-year partnership with Family Connection, Inc., a nonprofit agency in Alabama dedicated to building positive futures for at-risk children, teens and families.
In honor of the giving spirit this holiday season, Carmeuse Lime & Stone’s James River operation continued its support of the Boys & Girls Club of Southwest Virginia with a $6,000 donation through the Carmeuse Foundation.
Through the Carmeuse Foundation, the Calcite operation recently presented a check for $8,000 to Rogers City Area Schools to fund its after-school program.
Carmeuse Lime & Stone’s Annville operation recently presented a check for $6,000 to Big Brothers Big Sisters of the Capital Region, continuing a several-year, ongoing partnership started through the Carmeuse Foundation.
Employees from Carmeuse Lime & Stone’s Kentucky operations once again held a successful annual holiday toy drive, collecting an impressive amount of games, dolls, trucks and other toys to donate to Toys for Tots and the local Women’s Crisis Center.
On December 7, 2016, Carmeuse Grand River Site Manager Brian Horvath presented a check for $6,000 to Tim Kehres, executive director of Big Brothers Big Sisters of Northeast Ohio, as a donation in ongoing support of the organization’s mission.
Employees from Carmeuse Calcite embraced the giving spirit this holiday season by organizing a campaign to fill a loader bucket from a 426 CAT loader with food and toys for local families in need.
Jim Weber, the site operations manager for Carmeuse Lime & Stone’s Port Inland operation, has announced his retirement, effective December 25, 2016.
Carmeuse employees from the Black River and Maysville operations kicked off the holiday season by participating in some annual festive traditions.