Veridian Connections Supporting Salvation Army Kettle Campaign
Posted: November 06, 2017
Veridian Connections representative Joe Lonsberry, joined Mayor Christopher and Councillor Thompson at the Belleville Transit Station on Pinnacle Street to present Salvation Army representatives, Abby Mills, Director of Community and Family Services, and Debbie Scott, Kettle Campaign Volunteer Coordinator, with five, one month passes for December and 50 adult passes to be used at any time. This generous donation by Veridian will enable the Kettle Campaign volunteers to travel to their volunteer stations throughout the community using the City transit system.
“We thank the Salvation Army Kettle Campaign for the support they provide our community,” said Mayor Christopher. “Today’s presentation exemplifies another great community partnership – this one engaging Veridian, City Transit and the Salvation Army. Partnerships such as these strengthen our City and we value these initiatives.”
Shown in photo (left to right):
Mayor Taso Christopher, Debbie Scott, Salvation Army Kettle Campaign Volunteer Coordinator, Veridian Connections representative Joe Lonsberry, Abby Mills, Salvation Army Director of Community and Family Services, Councillor Garnet Thompson and Paul Buck, Manager of Transit Operations.