Key employees aid Bay Village Historical Society

Shown, left to right, are Rose Hill Museum curator Janet Zvara and Key Bank employees Genine Pellegrino, Bridget Cockley, Eva Vitale and Carmina Pavlas.

Employees of Key Bank recently took time out from their busy schedules to help clean up and tend to the flowerbeds and landscaping around Rose Hill Museum and the Reuben Osborn Learning Center in Bay Village.

The employees helped out as part of the bank’s “Neighbors Make the Difference Day.” This year more than 7,000 Key Bank employees partnered with local non-profits to sweep sidewalks, plant gardens and generally lend a hand in the communities in which they work and live.

“Our two facilities now look great,” said Cathy Flament, president of the Bay Village Historical Society. “These Key Bank employees worked really hard and now our two museums look wonderful. I can’t thank them enough.”

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Volume 9, Issue 11, Posted 10:16 AM, 06.06.2017