Skip to content

Day of Action… United Way volunteers carry out projects county wide

Aug. 17 was Randolph County’s first Day of Action. This was a day to give back to the community and to signify the kickoff of the annual United Way Giving Campaign.

More than 125 Randolph County volunteers assisted with four projects throughout Randolph County. These projects included: planting flowers, trimming hedges, replacing doorknobs, unloading a delivery truck, and interacting and playing games with clients at Wedowee Senior Center. Planting flowers around the new Town of Woodland sign. Pressure washing and painting the gazebo at the park in Wadley, and painting the inside and outside of the Kidstown Clubhouse in Roanoke.

Randolph County Campaign Award Winners are:

Pinnacle Award – Presented to Mohawk Industries Inc. in recognition of substantial giving and support for United Way, which demonstrates a high level of caring for the community.

Spirit of Giving Award – Ken Seiffert Insurance Agency Inc. for leading the way through corporate engagement, and embracing a true “Spirit of Giving” to make a difference in our community.

Horizon Award – Presented to First Bank of Alabama for their extraordinary efforts in fostering a United Way giving campaign that will continue to make a positive impact in our community.

Cornerstone Award – Presented to Joe and Mary Ammons in recognition of their extraordinary commitment, leadership, inspiration and volunteerism in making a positive impact on the quality of life in Randolph County.

Jennifer McManus of Randolph County Department of Human Resources was recognized for her service to the community and United Way of East Central Alabama’s Randolph County Division.

Volunteers with the local United Way worked on projects all over the county last Wednesday in the first Day of Action in Randolph County.

Leave a Comment