Volunteers put store’s tools to good use
DeKALB – The volunteers with the Craftsman “Make a Difference” tour did not let an auto accident in Minnesota deter them from completing their community service project at Pine Acres Rehabilitation and Living Center last Thursday.
“The truck is OK, but the trailer was destroyed,” said Eric Nowaczyk, district manager for Sears’ Rockford district. The trailer had been filled with Craftsman tools volunteers were supposed to use to build a bike rack at the assisted living center. Organizers didn’t want to cancel the event, so they brought tools from the DeKalb Hometown Sears store instead.
About a dozen employees of the local store and Sears corporate headquarters in Hoffman Estates built the bike rack under the supervision of local store manager Brandon Protano.
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