Making a difference


Anthony Weber | Troy Daily News At least 85 American Honda Motor Company employees are volunteering to help out in various areas of the community in an effort to make a difference this week. Honda volunteers, including Amy Petkus, left, and Diane Lade, assisted the Miami County Park District at Lost Creek Reserve with building several raised garden beds and painting fence lines around the Knoop Agricultural Heritage Center on Tuesday near Troy. It’s Honda’s week of service throughout the country with events scheduled each day according to Zach Zabel of Honda. “We want to be a company the community wants to see exist,” he said.


Anthony Weber | Troy Daily News

At least 85 American Honda Motor Company employees are volunteering to help out in various areas of the community in an effort to make a difference this week. Honda volunteers, including Amy Petkus, left, and Diane Lade, assisted the Miami County Park District at Lost Creek Reserve with building several raised garden beds and painting fence lines around the Knoop Agricultural Heritage Center on Tuesday near Troy. It’s Honda’s week of service throughout the country with events scheduled each day according to Zach Zabel of Honda. “We want to be a company the community wants to see exist,” he said.

Anthony Weber | Troy Daily News At least 85 American Honda Motor Company employees are volunteering to help out in various areas of the community in an effort to make a difference this week. Honda volunteers, including Amy Petkus, left, and Diane Lade, assisted the Miami County Park District at Lost Creek Reserve with building several raised garden beds and painting fence lines around the Knoop Agricultural Heritage Center on Tuesday near Troy. It’s Honda’s week of service throughout the country with events scheduled each day according to Zach Zabel of Honda. “We want to be a company the community wants to see exist,” he said.
http://www.tdn-net.com/wp-content/uploads/sites/21/2017/06/web1_170613aw_Honda_at_LostCreek_0997.jpgAnthony Weber | Troy Daily News At least 85 American Honda Motor Company employees are volunteering to help out in various areas of the community in an effort to make a difference this week. Honda volunteers, including Amy Petkus, left, and Diane Lade, assisted the Miami County Park District at Lost Creek Reserve with building several raised garden beds and painting fence lines around the Knoop Agricultural Heritage Center on Tuesday near Troy. It’s Honda’s week of service throughout the country with events scheduled each day according to Zach Zabel of Honda. “We want to be a company the community wants to see exist,” he said.