NYSEG, RG&E and Iberdrola USA Employees Will Be Out in Force Saturday to Volunteer for Local Agencies
Effort Is Part of Iberdrola’s Fifth International Volunteer Day
Rochester, NY – More than 100 NYSEG, RG&E and Iberdrola USA employees, joined by dozens of family members and friends, will be contributing their time and energy to community agencies across the state on Saturday, October 25 as part of Iberdrola’s fifth annual International Volunteer Day. Employees will join their Iberdrola USA co-workers in Maine and Iberdrola colleagues in Spain, the United Kingdom, Brazil and Mexico to give back to their communities.
“NYSEG and RG&E have a rich tradition of volunteerism, generously contributing to the success of many organizations and causes,” said Mark S. Lynch, president and CEO of NYSEG and RG&E. “Our employees’ work on International Volunteer Day will build on that tradition.”
NYSEG and Iberdrola USA employees will be participating in the following community service projects:
770 Harry L. Drive
From 9 a.m. to noon, volunteers will rake leaves, clean up the grounds in preparation for winter and chaperon on the playground.
Tuscarora Scout Reservation
205 Summit Lake Road
From 9 a.m. to 1 p.m., volunteers will paint, split and stack wood, conduct fall grounds maintenance and perform minor interior and exterior renovations.
400 Doansburg Road
From 9 a.m. to noon, volunteers will provide support to limited weekend staff doing barn chores, including grooming horses, providing hay and cleaning stalls.
Depew-Lancaster Boys and Girls Club
From 9 a.m. to noon, volunteers will paint and clean inside.
Oneonta Boys and Girls Club
70 River Street
Beginning at 10 a.m., volunteers will assist in setting up the Halloween haunted dungeon.
RG&E and Iberdrola USA employees will be participating in the following community service projects:
1999 Mt. Read Boulevard
From 9 a.m. to noon, volunteers will sort food donations, check for quality, stock shelves and package items.
Seneca Park Zoo
2222 St. Paul Street
From 9 a.m. to 1 p.m., volunteers are encouraged to dress in costume to assist with ZooBoo, the zoo’s annual “merry-not-scary” Halloween event. Volunteer jobs will include helping at trick or treat stations and directing visitors inside the zoo.