L to R: Joy Packer, LaRue Johnson
Linda Eslick, JoAn Armour, Carolyn Savage
Friday, May 1st marked the start of the 10th Annual Guild Mini-Fest; a two-day celebration that Goodwill’s volunteer group has successfully organized over the past decade. Held at its Tri-County store location, the festival features homemade baked goods, gift items from the Treasure Island Gift Shop, books, tapes, CD’s, a grill-out at lunchtime, fingerprinting by the Woodlawn Police Department, blood pressure screening by the Woodlawn Fire Department, among other highlights.
The Goodwill Guild is a long-standing volunteer organization whose mission is to help make the public aware of Goodwill’s vocational training and job placement efforts and to support its mission of putting people to work. All proceeds from the festival will help to support Goodwill’s programs and services for individuals with disabilities.
L to R: Joy Mayer, Virginia Stevens
Paula Ruiz, Barbara Bean and Cathy Craft
Ohio Valley Goodwill is very grateful to the Guild for their on-going commitment to support the organization’s mission of service and congratulate the volunteers on the occasion of their 10th Annual Mini-Fest event. “We are delighted that the Guild is celebrating its 10th anniversary of the Mini-Fest this year,” said Joe Byrum, Goodwill President and CEO. “The Guild’s efforts benefit the men and women we serve each year and Goodwill appreciates their on-going support,” added Byrum.