Volunteering with the Kids In Need Foundation
The Kids in Need Foundation is a non-profit organization based in Roseville Minnesota whose mission is to help support under-resourced teachers and students nationwide by providing teachers at eligible schools with critical supplies, at no cost to them, to empower teaching and educational success. Our team, Pat J. Schaefer, Sarah Godward, Jon Kuehn, Anthony Mussehl, Randall Lumry, Sherry Cerra, Matt Underdahl, Taylor Rugroden, Steven Peterson, Maria James and Nicole Graf volunteered to pack backpacks for students across Minnesota – reaching 1,296 students!
Our team, along with our sister company CMTA, joined in on our second annual summer celebration! Employees dressed up in their best “Throwback Thursday” attire while participating in a cornhole tournament and networking with other employees.
National Construction Safety Week
There were a lot of fun activities during National Construction Safety Week in May! Employees across our company participated in daily stretches, step challenges, safety trivia, fire evacuation drills, Safety Stand-Down meetings on our job sites, and attended a presentation by guest speaker Kara Solum on office ergonomics and nutrition. We also had employees’ families participate in a coloring contest where the winners had a chance to be pictured in a calendar!
DVASBO Golf Event
Our Media, Pennsylvania team members, Phil Solomon, Tim Guider, Cody West, and Andrew Staehle, enjoyed a beautiful day at the Gilbertsville Golf Club for the 32nd Annual Delaware Valley Association of School Business Officials (DVASBO) golf outing. ICS is honored to be a part of such a great organization!
Youth First Annual Mayor’s Prayer Breakfast
On May 20th, ICS employees, Chris Vogel, Josh Utsch, Taylor Rugroden, and Evan Johnson participated in the 28th Annual Mayor’s Prayer Breakfast. This event celebrated Youth First an inspirational guest speaker, Casey O‘Brien, while giving back directly to local middle and high school youth. We’re proud to participate in this event! Photo by Youth First Community of Promise.