Within our company, we’re very familiar — and proud — of the many ways our AT&T Pioneers make a difference in our communities.
However, it’s not often that someone outside the company comes to us and says, “we value their efforts, too. Can we recognize your outstanding volunteers?”
But that’s just what happened in Cleveland recently. City of Cleveland Councilmember Blaine Griffin issued a Resolution of Appreciation for the Northeast Council of the AT&T Pioneers for “their many years of outstanding service, dedication and contributions to the Greater Cleveland community.”
Noting that this Pioneers council encompasses Cleveland, Akron, Canton and Youngstown, the resolution highlighted the Pioneers’ work and contributions to the Ronald McDonald House, the Cleveland Food Bank, Cleveland Kids Book Bank, Project Hope and Make a Wish Foundation, among others.
Thank you to Councilmember Griffin, and all of the councilmembers who signed on to the resolution, for honoring this great organization of AT&T employees and retirees. We share your Buckeye pride!
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