Four members of IAM 778 helped Kansas City Parks and Recreation clean up a large section of the Indian Creek Trail, as a part of the IAM Midwest Territory’s “IAM H.E.L.P.S. in the Community” program. H.E.L.P.S. stands for Honoring, Engaging, Lifting, Providing, and Servicing.
Local 778 members picked up trash along the Indian Creek Trail in Kansas City, MO, and is a part of IAM Local 778’s continued dedication to helping in the community in which they live.
“What a great way to give back to the community,” said IAM Midwest Territory General Vice President Steve Galloway. “My thanks go out to Local 778 Directing Business Representative Scott Brown and all the volunteers for their hard work and dedication to their community, all while helping the environment.”
“It’s nice to be able to help in the community. This trail runs along Indian Creek so any help we can provide to keep the trail and waterways clean and free of garbage is well worth the effort,” said Brown. “It was nice to see active and retired members volunteer for this cleanup project and we look forward to every opportunity to assist the community.”
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