Anglin ‘Serve Day’ Connects Volunteers With Causes in Huntsville and Pensacola, Fla.

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To celebrate volunteerism with their professionals and give back to the community, Anglin Reichmann Armstrong hosted a ‘Serve Day’ on October 18. The event involved more than 50 professionals from the firm’s Huntsville and Pensacola, Fla., offices. Service activities focused on youth, seniors, animal welfare and nutrition.

Anglin employees, organized in small groups, worked on six different Serve Day projects for four organizations in Huntsville. Anglin’s Pensacola team added a fifth organization and seventh project for Serve Day at the Pensacola Humane Society.

CASA – Care and Assurance for the Aging

            Yard Work Team – Chris Cook, Capt.

            Grocery/Personal Care Products Delivery Team – Maggie Douglas, Capt.

            Wheelchair Ramp Assembly Team – Leah Lawrence, Capt.

Greater Huntsville Humane Society

            Landscaping and Yardwork – Lainey Davis, Capt.

Manna House

            Hydroponic Garden Care and Planting Team – Caroline Wasson, Capt.

Boys & Girls Clubs of North Alabama

            Fall Festival Clean-Up Team – Raven Howlet, Capt.

Pensacola Humane Society

            Toys, TLC Team and Clean-Up