Co-Line’s Wellness Program initiatives in June included Co-Line employees being encouraged to log the time they spend volunteering for causes important to them. Employees noted the number of hours spent in a volunteer capacity as well as the organization they worked for. Employees showed a wide variety of interests and logged a lot of their own time for the communities.
Volunteer forms were turned in by 43 Co-Line employees, who put in a total of 678 volunteer hours just for the month of June! That’s an average of 15.7 hours per volunteer, and totals nearly 17 weeks of volunteer work (at 40 hours per week.) Those are some pretty impressive numbers!
Some of the popular volunteer organizations included Little League and sports camps, church and Bible school, city and civic groups, Lion’s Clubs, volunteer fire departments, Progress Industries, Harvest House, school boards and related school activities, and various kids organizations, like 4-H, Boy Scouts, and Kingdom Hoops.
It is clear that Co-Line employees take pride in their communities and see value in giving of themselves. The variety of organizations indicates the diversity of interests and opportunities available in our local area. We are proud to support the efforts of so many employees and celebrate their giving hearts!
Organizations where Co-Line employees donated their time: Berean Baptist Church, Barnes City Fire Department, Blood Drive, Boy Scouts, Newton Troop 354, Calvary Church, Calvary Evangelical Free Church, Church of The Way – Newton, Community Heights Alliance Church, Community Hope Church – Montezuma, Cornbelt Oliver Collectors Association – Secretary Diamond Trail Golf Club Board Federated Church – Pella Friends Church – Lynnville Grinnell School Board Harvest House Heart of Worship Church Inspirations Day Care/Preschool Board Iowa Junior Charlois Association “Iron Sharpens Iron” Team Wrestling Camp Jasper County EMS Jasper County Freedom Rock Group Killduff Hot Shots 4-H Club Kingdom Hoops Lake View Camp Lynnville Chamber of Commerce Lynnville Community events Lynnville Day Committee Lynnville Fire Department Lynnville Keep Iowa Beautiful Lynnville-Sully Little League Lynnville-Sully Schools Mahaska County Little League Mid-Iowa Retriever Club Monroe Fire Department Montezuma concession stand New Sharon Little League and T-ball Newton area Little League and T-ball Newton Community School Board P.E.T. (Personal Energy Transportation) – Leighton PCM School – Mustang Mat Club Pella area Boy Scouts, Cadets, & Cub Scouts Pella Christian School concession stand Principal Golf Classic volunteer Progress Industries Group Home Reasnor City Council Reasnor Fire Department Red Rock Threshers Relay for Life Sully Christian Reformed Church Sully Community Church – VBS Sully Development Board Sully Fire Department Sully First Reformed Church Sully First Reformed Church – VBS Sully Lions Ultimate Frisbee Golf League Wyffell Seeds – Mowing