United Way’s High-Five Club

united way mason countyThe United Way of Mason County has released the names on its High-Five Club: the top five businesses and organizations whose employees made gracious donations during the United Way’s local workplace fundraising campaign for 2013-2014. Those honored by the United Way board included: North Mason School District, Stretch Island Fruit (a Kellogg Company), Simpson Lumber Company, Green Diamond Resource Company, and Mason County PUD 3. Employees of businesses and organizations throughout Mason County took part in the campaign to help support the excellent work of local human resource agencies and nonprofit groups raising $151,081 from area businesses, federal and state employees. The money is used for human resource agencies that provide services to local residents. The donations support the United Way of Mason County’s Community Fund and some of the funds are designated by donors for specific agencies in Mason County.

Mike Dahman, United Way of Mason County board member, presents a High-Five Club certificate to Annette Creekpaum, PUD 3 manager.
Mike Dahman, United Way of Mason County board member, presents a High-Five Club certificate to Annette Creekpaum, PUD 3 manager.

In a news release, Mason County PUD No. 3 stated they are honored to be included and encourage all Mason County residents to support United Way’s local efforts through financial donations or by volunteering. To learn more about United Way of Mason County, visit their website: http://www.unitedwaymasonco.org.

Picture & information provided by Mason County PUD No. 3.