Day of Caring

Science Central and Lawton Park got a little "sprucing up" from volunteers from the Lincoln Financial Foundation as part of the Allen County United Way's "Day of Caring".

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Day of Caring makes clear difference

Cathie Rowand | The Journal Gazette
Ewelina Mroczek washes windows at Science ­Central on Wednesday, one of several Lincoln Financial Foundation employees volunteering as part of Allen County United Way’s Day of Caring. The annual event puts volunteers from United Way partners to work on community service projects across the county. On Wednesday and today, Lincoln Financial ­Foundation employees are working on a variety of projects, ­including cleaning, painting, landscaping, cutting back overgrown brush, pulling out old bushes, ­mulching picnic areas and repairing picnic benches. They are also volunteering at Lawton Park and other locations.