Interfor Staff Donate 1,100 Items to Port Angeles Food Bank
PORT ANGELES, WASHINGTON, Dec 02, 2013 (Marketwired via COMTEX) --
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The Port Angeles Food Bank was the real winner when a friendly
competition among the 121 employees at Interfor's Port Angeles
Sawmill led to a donation of 1,100 food items.
"The mill is an important part of Port Angeles, and this competition
was a great way to engage our employees and support our community at
the same time," Production Manager Bill Slagle said today. "I'm proud
of everyone for their fantastic efforts."
"We really appreciate this generous donation from our friends at the
Interfor Mill," said Julie Woodin-Stockert, Operations Manager of the
Port Angeles Food Bank. "It helps us meet the needs of local
families, and shows people facing tough times how much their
community cares about them."
The 33 people in the mill's maintenance department contributed 36
percent of the items to win the competition. Slagle said that going
forward the food drive competition - which ran from Oct. 21 to Nov.
15 - will be an annual event.
Interfor is a growth-oriented lumber company with operations in
Canada and the United States. The Company has annual production
capacity of more than 2.2 billion board feet and offers one of the
most diverse lines of lumber products to customers around the world.
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International Forest Products Limited
Human Resources Coordinator
Port Angeles Division
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