CTA Billings pitches in at United Way Day of Caring

By: Travis Estvold
23 September 2014

On Thursday, Sept. 11, 24 members of the Billings office teamed up to volunteer for United Way’s Day of Caring. This year, the task was to divide and conquer, helping both The Salvation Army and St.Vincent de Paul organizations. The Salvation Army team, led by Nick Bowers, ripped up old flooring in the warehouse area of their facility, preparing the floors for a new sealed concrete finish. Along with demo, the CTA team also assembled a sliding barn door to control entry to the facility’s dry food storage.

These two projects will allow for more versatile use of the space for everything from craft day for Sunday school kids to the daily distribution of over 500 meals to the less fortunate in the Billings community.

The St.Vincent de Paul team, led by Sue Anderson, constructed and raised two awnings to provide shade for employees and volunteers in the downtown facility.

The awnings are up, the barn door is functional, and the floors are ready for a new life. Job well done, CTA!

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