The Rochester Hy-Vee stores hosted a Wish List Drive for the Women’s Shelter on Saturday, June 3.
Women’s Shelter, Inc. assists victims of domestic violence and their children by establishing and maintaining a facility that provides temporary shelter and supplies to those who seek help.
Volunteers staffed tables at all four stores, greeting customers, handing out wish lists and recruiting donations.
At the end of the event, the Women’s Shelter gathered a total of $554 in cash and gift cards in addition to 26 packages of diapers, 48 packages of baby wipes and 86 personal care products.
None of this could have been possible without the help of Hy-Vee’s generous customers.
Hy-Vee South employee Keith Bland has a clear mission for the Rochester Shock girls basketball teams: To provide an environment that promotes respect, hard work, determination, and accountability on and off the court through the coaching of competitive basketball. This past week, he was honored with The Rochester Amateur Sports Commission’s Volunteer of the Year Award for his efforts in giving back to our community.
The Rochester Amateur Sports Commission Volunteer of the Year is voted on by the staff of the Rochester Amateur Sports Commission that they work with in the Rochester community throughout the year. The individual must be one that goes above and beyond to enhance and give back in areas of sports. In Keith’s case, it was his love for basketball and commitment to the Rochester Shock. Continue reading “Rochester Hy-Vee Employee Awarded Volunteer of the Year”