KeyBank employees take a day to spiff up Bay

KeyBank employees (left to right) Derek Lee, Linda Kacenjak, Sean Adamson, Joel Forquer, Jake Draa and Brian Klueber, shown with Bay Village Historical Society President Cynthia Eakin, recently volunteered their time to spruce up the grounds around the Rose Hill Museum in Bay Village. Photo by Eric Eakin

KeyBank employees, as part of the company’s “Neighbors Make A Difference Day,” recently volunteered their time and talents to spruce up the grounds of the Rose Hill Museum in Bay Village’s Cahoon Memorial Park.

The group, part of more than 7,500 KeyBank employees who partnered with local agencies and non-profits to make a difference in their communities, pulled weeds, spread mulch and generally helped to make the museum’s grounds look nice.

“We really appreciate the help that these KeyBank employees provide every year,” said Bay Village Historical Society President Cynthia Eakin. “Their sweat makes our museum, and our park and community, that much nicer.”

Another group of Key Bank employees spent the day volunteering at Lake Erie Nature & Science Center.

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Volume 5, Issue 11, Posted 10:07 AM, 05.29.2013