Key Bank volunteers make a difference at Devon Oaks

KeyBank volunteers Julie Payton, Katie Strick, JoAnn Carabello and Joseph Marusa perk up the patio with some petunias.

The rain did not dampen the spirit of Key Bank volunteers who visited Eliza Jennings Assisted Living Community at Devon Oaks Wednesday, May 14, for KeyBank’s 24th annual "Neighbors Make the Difference Day." The volunteers spruced up the outdoor patios, planted flowers and stained patio furniture. Devon Oaks hosted a family-style barbeque in appreciation of the volunteers' efforts.

More than 2,000 KeyBank volunteers participated in similar projects across Northeast Ohio. Neighbors Day celebrates community support through project outreach in a fun, interactive atmosphere. KeyBank Volunteers have been making a difference at Eliza Jennings’ Devon Oaks community on Neighbors Day for several years.

Eliza Jennings is grateful for the support of its valuable corps of volunteers, and is currently recruiting individuals or small groups. If interested, please contact Jen Farrell, director of development, at 216-325-1255 or jfarrell@elizajen.org.

Linda Hart

I am the Director of Public Relations for Eliza Jennings, a not-for-profit provider of aging services on Cleveland's west side.

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Volume 6, Issue 11, Posted 9:23 AM, 05.28.2014