Last week, members of the LeChase NY Capital Region team – Mike Corey, Kwasi Addo-Baffour and Evan Weitz – visited Troy City School District to help lead a toolbox building assembly as part of the district’s career day.
Nearly a dozen LeChase employees teamed up with students and staff to beautify the main entrance of the Rochester City School District School #3.
On Friday, May 12, LeChase Superintendent Neil Lawther rappelled 240 feet down the side of Kodak Office tower in Rochester as part of the annual 21 Stories for Scouts fundraiser for the Boy Scouts’ Seneca Waterways Council.
On May 11, nearly two dozen Rochester LeChase employees volunteered their time for United Way’s Day of Caring.
Members of the LeChase NY Capital Region team visited Stillwater Central School to help lead a toolbox building assembly.
LeChase team members Seth London, Kathryn Payne, Luke Stoddard, Denny Mangum, Marcus Tuttle and Michael Spillars recently volunteered at Note in the Pocket to help support the organization’s mission to provide children in need across Durham and Wake counties with clothes and other necessities.
On March 25 at the Strong National Museum of Play, LeChase hosted a new “Careers in Construction” patch program in partnership with the Girls Scouts of Western New York.
Earlier this week, LeChase Facilities Technician Karen Gleason volunteered as a guest reader at a Read Across America event hosted by CP Rochester.
On Monday, February 27, LeChase co-sponsored “The Hangout” – a Black History Month event at the University of Rochester’s Warner School of Education.
Southeast Regional Diversity Manager Denise Barnes participated in a Black History Month Program with Durham Public Schools