Saturday, November 8th, was Community Project day through the Valley Partnership organization! Tom and Millie joined the Community Project committee with Valley Partnership earlier this summer and have been working with the other committee members to solicit donations and volunteers to build a new sensory garden for the Arizona Foundation for the Handicapped. A handful of AndersonBaron team members volunteer their Saturday (and some family members’ Saturday) to plant, run irrigation, spread and distribute granite, refurbish furniture, and paint a wall mural. It was a great day and a great cause, it’s so nice to see people in the development and real estate industry coming together to make a difference! Click here to read the article about the Community Project from AZ Big Media.
Chris Szabo, Andy Baron, Tom Durant, and Keith Jankovsky laying the concrete blocks for the BBQ structure.
Francie and Samantha Baron took on the wall mural like painting champs!
Millie Evidente and her sister pointing folks in the right direction, probably.
Troy Hansen organizing some plants!
In the far back, Justin Chadwick, Tim Bukovszky and their children help plant the vegetable garden.
Tom, Tracey Lockwood (with Kalamazoo Materials), Chris Szabo, and Keith Jankovsky finally got that BBQ in place!
AndersonBaron received a paver in the garden for our contributions!