Employees performed Alvogen Quality-Value to 22 charitable organizations by taking part in community service clean-up activities. Some of the projects consisted of working at the local animal shelter and building cat condos, cleaning the muck out of trout ponds at a local environmental center, building sand boxes for school age children to play in at a local children center, assisting the fire department with painting projects, working in community parks, landscaping and planting and decorating the city of Norwich with cornstalks, bows and mums for the upcoming fall season.
The day kicked off with welcoming remarks by Charlie Andrews, VP Operations at the Norwich site. In addition to Andrews speaking, Mayor Christine Carnrike, City of Norwich spoke about the value that Alvogen brings to the community today and for the past 130 years. The event was covered by the local radio station, WKXZ and the local paper, The Norwich Evening Sun.
A great time was enjoyed by everyone that participated