Suffolk Construction employees participate in Great American Cleanup

Suffolk Beach Cleanup April 2016 (1) Suffolk Beach Cleanup April 2016 (2)

ESTERO, Fla. (May 5, 2016)  – More than a dozen Suffolk Construction employees, in partnership with Keep Lee County Beautiful, participated in the Great American Cleanup on Fort Myers Beach on Saturday, April 23. The Suffolk team spent the morning cleaning up litter and debris on the beach and along Estero Boulevard near the southern end of the island.

The Great American Cleanup is a day when all Lee County residents and visitors make a difference in their neighborhoods and communities. The event is a call to action to create more sustainable communities by focusing volunteer efforts on activities that impact individuals in need, aesthetic community improvements and environmental impact.

“We are committed to making a positive impact in our local communities through grassroots volunteer work like Keep Lee County Beautiful,” said Josh Christensen, vice president of West Coast Florida Operations for Suffolk Construction. “Not only did we get to celebrate the Great American Cleanup with a beautiful morning on a section of Fort Myers Beach, but this was also a day of camaraderie and team building for us outside the office.”

Butch Shull, Marian Christensen, Josh Christensen, ,Lisa Bethune, Gary Bethune & Danielle Hartman

Butch Shull, Marian Christensen, Josh Christensen, ,Lisa Bethune, Gary Bethune & Danielle Hartman

Keith Morgan, Joell Farina, Jamie Farina, Butch Shull, Corey Smith, Lisa Bethune, Gary Bethune, Marian Christensen, Josh Christensen, Danielle Hartman, Matt Benolkin, Charlie Benolkin & Anne Benolkin

Keith Morgan, Joell Farina, Jamie Farina, Butch Shull, Corey Smith, Lisa Bethune, Gary Bethune, Marian Christensen, Josh Christensen, Danielle Hartman, Matt Benolkin, Charlie Benolkin & Anne Benolkin

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