T.E.A.M. is an employee funded committee of Facility Services members, in place to organize functions throughout the year to celebrate our wonderful staff. T.E.A.M. sponsors events throughout the year where all members of Facility Services can join together for a meal, participate in team building exercises or simply spend some enjoyable time together. T.E.A.M. has also made donations to the campus and to the Humane Society of Portage County
throughout it's existence.
L-R: Michele Miller, Sage Lefebvre, Darcy Loomis, Marc Wolfram, Mary Mueller, Pam Botwinski.
T.E.A.M. members presented "The Cupboard" staff with 134.8 lbs. of non-perishable
food donations and $23.00 in April of 2018.
L-R: Doreen Peltier, Michele Miller, Mary Mueller. Thanks to donations across Facility Services, in October of 2017,
T.E.A.M. was able to
present "The Cupboard" with 5
boxes of food (weight to be
and $61.50 in cash to
add to their inventory.
L-R: Vicki Meronk, Mary Mueller, Pam Botwinski, "The Cupboard" Student Coordinator Kaitlyn Wanta,
Darcy Loomis, Doreen Peltier and SIEO Volunteer Coordinator, Michele Miller.
T.E.A.M. presented a cash donation of $60.00 to 'The Cupboard' on Feb. 15, 2017.
L-R: Shelley Auer, Doreen Peltier and Darcy Loomis present the
latest donation to The Cupboard in December of 2016 - 237.7 lbs. of food and $15.00 cash.
T.E.A.M. Donates to The Cupboard
Since our inception, T.E.A.M. is proud to have a close relationship with The Cupboard and continues to donate non-perishable foods and cash towards The Cupboard, a campus organization that helps students that may encounter short-term financial emergencies and find themselves choosing between buying food and paying other bills. The Cupboard was created to help students meet their basic needs so that they can focus on succeeding in school.
T.E.A.M. publishes a monthly newsletter for members of Facility Services. To view current and past editions, please click the link below.