Shelton volunteers help fix up youth camp

Energizer employees Chris Kohler and Katrina Dinnebeil cut wood to make benches at Camp Katoya.

Energizer employees Chris Kohler and Katrina Dinnebeil cut wood to make benches at Camp Katoya.

Girl Scouts of Connecticut’s Camp Katoya was the recipient of volunteer time and resources thanks to volunteers from the Energizer Corporation.

Nearly 100 employees from Energizer’s Shelton and Milford offices worked at the camp in April.

Employees spent time raking leaves, painting, making picnic tables, replacing a support beam on one of the buildings, splitting and stacking wood, and other assorted yard work. In addition, the team made a financial gift to help with maintaining the camp.

For more information visit www.gsofct.org.

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