Volunteers Step Forward to help O.C. High School

A group of union carpenters recently spent their Saturday helping the Oregon City High School baseball program.  The group, spearheaded by Sisters in the Brotherhood from the Pacific NW Regional Council, volunteered their professional services to help complete the new Robert Libke Athletic Center for the Pioneers' Baseball team.  The facility is named in honor of Oregon City Reserve Police Officer Robert Libke who was fatally shot Nov. 3, 2013 while responding to an incident involving a house fire and at-large gunman. 

“With the completion of this facility all student/athletes will draw upon their inner confidence to be the best they can be.” Says Coach Greg Lord. 

Jane Bond, Yolanda Martin-Lucas, from local 146, Valentina Campa, Amber McCoy, Sho Newman, and Caris Rodriguez, from local 1503 enjoyed helping the Pioneers get a little closer to the finish line and a new dry practice athletic facility. The team installed interior sheathing in the facility.

This is the second community service project organized by Sisters in the Brotherhood members in the past two years.  Last year Amber McCoy organized a team of carpenters which helped rebuild structures in Pendleton's beloved Pioneer Park after it was destroyed by an arson fire.

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Jane Bond, Yolanda Martin-Lucas, Valentina Campa, Amber McCoy, Sho Newman and Caris Rodriguez take a break from their volunteer efforts
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