Midwest Ag Energy Employees Volunteer 50+ Hours
Employees proudly represented Midwest AgEnergy by volunteering at a number of different nonprofit organizations as part of its annual Week of Service June 11-15.
Across North Dakota, employees were invited to participate in a variety of volunteer opportunities.
In eastern North Dakota, volunteers from Midwest AgEnergy’s Dakota Spirit facility and Great River Energy’s Spiritwood Station cleaned and spruced up meeting rooms in the former Spiritwood elementary school which is still used by the community for various functions.
Another group from Dakota Spirit lent a hand with registration during a blood drive in Spiritwood.
In Bismarck, a group of volunteers helped out at the Soup Café, a local soup kitchen.
Volunteers from Midwest AgEnergy’s Blue Flint facility, along with members of Great River Energy’s Coal Creek Station, applied a fresh coat of paint to the Sioux Ferry in Washburn, one of the last paddle-wheel ferries on the Missouri River.
Midwest AgEnergy grants all employees 12 hours of paid volunteer time they can dedicate to causes that benefit communities where its employees live and work.
Roughly 20% of Midwest AgEnergy workforce participated in volunteer week; 15 employees with 50+ hours of service!