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GO Corps Team Building Day at Faith Ranch

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GO Corps Team Building Day at Faith Ranch

December 4th was the CO Corps Team Building Day.  The event was held at the Harrison County Partnering site, Faith Ranch.  The day was designed to allow the Corps members and their site supervisors to come together and enjoy time away from their daily work schedules, while building relationships with the other members and partnering site supervisors. 

The Green Team was able to share a day of horse back riding, hayrides, campfires, and a dude ranch style lunch by trading valuable help with projects the ranch needed completed.  One group was able to help insulate an outbuilding used as a mechanics shop, making it more energy efficient.  Another group helped clean out an abandoned property by dumping garbage left behind and seperating usable items to be donated to the ranch or local people in need.  Others helped “spring clean” in effort to save the ranch time and money during the slow season.  When projects were complete, site supervisors were invited to join the team for lunch and a day of sharing and relaxation.  This day was not all about work, the Green Team also came ready to play!

During lunch, the partnering site supervisors were honored with matching Green Team t-shirts and invited to join in on the team festivities.  Program feedback, results and ideas were shared by both the team and supervisors, while a group picture was organized.  After lunch the group was prepared to go on a trail ride.  At one point, during the ride, three does were encountered and suprised the group by following along side the riders for a short time!  After the exciting excursion the group returned to the stables and were encouraged to warm up and relax indoors.  Hot cocoa and a warm fire served as a great enviroment for the group to touch base before heading back out for more fun.  A hayride and a quick tour of the ranch and its history brought the day towards its end.  Special guest speaker and the Director of Community Service at HARCATUS Family Support Center, Michele Lucas, concluded the day by sharing her inspirational story of progress, education, positive attitude and success in the professional world with the GO Corps team.

A special thanks to all who contributed towards making this day a success!

Source: GO Corps Newsletter

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Larry Bertolino

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Larry Bertolino is a 31 year old, U.S Navy Veteran and currently sitting on the board of Directors for the Harrison County Chamber of Commerce, as well as Harrison County Rural Transit.
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