Home Depot employees volunteer at senior living community


Members of Team Depot from the Washington C.H. Home Depot store spent Tuesday volunteering at National Church Residences Mill Run, a senior living community in Hilliard. Team Depot installed a fence, donated by Home Depot, that will surround a Tranquility Garden designed to help Mill Run residents who suffer from Alzheimer’s and dementia. Pictured are, left to right, Tim Hodson, of Washington C.H., Sam Matthews, of Washington C.H., Michael Capretta, of Columbus, Michael Clifton, of Springfield, and Sarah Boston, of Washington C.H.


Michael Clifton, of Springfield, Sam Matthews, of Washington C.H., and Tim Hodson, of Washington C.H. drill a fence post in the ground at National Church Residences Mill Run in Hilliard. Members of Home Depot’s Team Depot, including several employees from the Washington C.H. store, volunteered at the senior living community Tuesday to install a fence that will surround a Tranquility Garden that is being built to help residents who suffer from Alzheimer’s and dementia.


Members of Team Depot from the Washington C.H. Home Depot store spent Tuesday volunteering at National Church Residences Mill Run, a senior living community in Hilliard. Team Depot installed a fence, donated by Home Depot, that will surround a Tranquility Garden designed to help Mill Run residents who suffer from Alzheimer’s and dementia. Pictured are, left to right, Tim Hodson, of Washington C.H., Sam Matthews, of Washington C.H., Michael Capretta, of Columbus, Michael Clifton, of Springfield, and Sarah Boston, of Washington C.H.

Michael Clifton, of Springfield, Sam Matthews, of Washington C.H., and Tim Hodson, of Washington C.H. drill a fence post in the ground at National Church Residences Mill Run in Hilliard. Members of Home Depot’s Team Depot, including several employees from the Washington C.H. store, volunteered at the senior living community Tuesday to install a fence that will surround a Tranquility Garden that is being built to help residents who suffer from Alzheimer’s and dementia.

Members of Team Depot from the Washington C.H. Home Depot store spent Tuesday volunteering at National Church Residences Mill Run, a senior living community in Hilliard. Team Depot installed a fence, donated by Home Depot, that will surround a Tranquility Garden designed to help Mill Run residents who suffer from Alzheimer’s and dementia. Pictured are, left to right, Tim Hodson, of Washington C.H., Sam Matthews, of Washington C.H., Michael Capretta, of Columbus, Michael Clifton, of Springfield, and Sarah Boston, of Washington C.H.
http://recordherald.com/wp-content/uploads/2016/06/web1_WCH-Home-Depot-Volunteers-1.jpgMembers of Team Depot from the Washington C.H. Home Depot store spent Tuesday volunteering at National Church Residences Mill Run, a senior living community in Hilliard. Team Depot installed a fence, donated by Home Depot, that will surround a Tranquility Garden designed to help Mill Run residents who suffer from Alzheimer’s and dementia. Pictured are, left to right, Tim Hodson, of Washington C.H., Sam Matthews, of Washington C.H., Michael Capretta, of Columbus, Michael Clifton, of Springfield, and Sarah Boston, of Washington C.H.

Michael Clifton, of Springfield, Sam Matthews, of Washington C.H., and Tim Hodson, of Washington C.H. drill a fence post in the ground at National Church Residences Mill Run in Hilliard. Members of Home Depot’s Team Depot, including several employees from the Washington C.H. store, volunteered at the senior living community Tuesday to install a fence that will surround a Tranquility Garden that is being built to help residents who suffer from Alzheimer’s and dementia.
http://recordherald.com/wp-content/uploads/2016/06/web1_WCH-Home-Depot-Volunteers-2.jpgMichael Clifton, of Springfield, Sam Matthews, of Washington C.H., and Tim Hodson, of Washington C.H. drill a fence post in the ground at National Church Residences Mill Run in Hilliard. Members of Home Depot’s Team Depot, including several employees from the Washington C.H. store, volunteered at the senior living community Tuesday to install a fence that will surround a Tranquility Garden that is being built to help residents who suffer from Alzheimer’s and dementia.
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