Georgia-Pacific Helps Families, CORRIGAN, November 22, 2021 - Georgia-Pacific employees are giving thanks this holiday season by giving back to those in need in our community. Employees at the Camden Complex and Corrigan Plywood filled more than 200 shopping bags with all the ingredients to prepare a Thanksgiving meal as part of the annual Polk County Sheriff’s Department Holiday Food Drive.
“Georgia-Pacific employees in Camden and Corrigan have been providing support for our neighbors in need for the last several years,” said Yana Ogletree, Georgia-Pacific Public Affairs Manager. “Millions of Americans aren’t able to provide a holiday meal to their families and many of them are located right here in Polk County. Georgia-Pacific employees are pleased to be able to offer this gift to our neighbors.”
The Sheriff’s Department is in the process of distributing the donations to those in need. For more information about the food drive, please contact the Polk County Sheriff’s Department.
Georgia-Pacific Corrigan Plywood employees are helping those in need by helping to fill more than 200 shopping bags with all the ingredients to prepare a Thanksgiving meal. Pictured (front row l to r) Sheriff Byron Lyons, Polk County; Anthony Carroll, Georgia-Pacific; Missy Murray, Polk County Sheriff’s Department; Lester Knight, Georgia-Pacific Camden/Corrigan Complex Plant Manager; Lisa Reynolds, Georgia-Pacific; Christin Hayward, Georgia-Pacific; and Stephen Acord, Georgia-Pacific (back row l to r) Detective Javier Segura, Polk County; Lt. Jacob Hopper, Polk County Sheriff’s Department; Esteban Pecina, Georgia-Pacific; and Chief Deputy Rickie Childers, Polk County.
Georgia-Pacific Camden Plywood and Lumber employees join forces with the Polk County Sheriff’s Department to provide Thanksgiving meals to those in need. Pictured (front row l to r) John Sutton, Georgia-Pacific; Hadrian Gonzalez, Georgia-Pacific; Tatiana Wells, Georgia-Pacific; Garrett Smith, Georgia-Pacific; Deputy Missy Murray, Polk County Sheriff’s Department; and Chris Standley, Georgia-Pacific (back row l to r) Lt. Jacob Hopper, Polk County Sheriff’s Department; Detective Javier Segura, Polk County Sheriff’s Department; Wayne Turney, Georgia-Pacific; Kerry Jones, Georgia-Pacific; Sergio DeJesus, Georgia-Pacific; Rory Westbrook, Georgia-Pacific; and Sheriff Byron Lyons, Polk County Sheriff’s Department
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