Local businesses help seniors


Chad Campbell, Shelby Ballard, Jason Smith, Mike Spall and Wes Hamstra

Lebanon-Boone County Senior Services, Inc. teamed with volunteers from Hachette Book Group, MIBOR, Vectren and Zionsville Community Schools, among others, for the Aug. 24 United Way Day of Caring.

Reggie Galvin, Julianna Bareford, Tom and Judy Wothke

United Way Day of Caring is a time families, businesses, civic groups and individuals work together to give back to their community. This day serves two very special purposes: It is a team-building opportunity for coworkers and families, and also heightens awareness about needs while accomplishing much-needed work to improve the community.

Hachette Book Group (left to right): Jose Ramirez, Josh Wilson, Ray Chatman, Chris Arrick, Greg Pine, Beth Swinford, Susan Steffy and Brittney Regan.

This year, Hachette painted interior rooms of a senior resident’s home as well as some much needed yard work and landscaping. MIBOR and Vectren tackled interior painting and a building project at the Boone County Senior Services building, while Zionsville Community Schools cleaned the community room and kitchen in the Zionsville Town Hall.


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