A couple of weeks ago we had a team gathering at Feed My Starving Children. The team had a lot of fun and the competitive juices began flowing between the assembly tables that Team Delta was working.
By the end of our shift we were proud to produce 72 boxes out of a total of 42 people that were volunteering (including people from Target and other local companies). The ‘normal’ number of boxes is one per person so we crushed the 1:1 ratio by 1.7:1 🙂
Lots of fun!!
We assembled a crew again this year for a Habitat for Humanity build in Shakopee. This year we worked on insulation and the vapor barrier which made us all a little itchy at times 🙂 We had a great time together, lots of laughs, and most importantly we finished our job with time to spare. It was great to be working in the same neighborhood as last year because we were able to see the finished product and see the family that now lives there.
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Our killer crew
Challenges of a ceiling
Thanks Kim for pulling us together!
On Thursday there was a Walk for Life event held at the MSP airport. Our IT team raised over $8,000 for the American Cancer Society! Great job team!! We had a nice time with friends and enjoyed walking around the airport casually instead of being in a rush. Fun fact: Did you know that walking the loop at the airport is 1.4 miles!?
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