Michigan Bank Improves Gym for Parkinson’s Fighters – The Good News
They used Monday's holiday as a way to give back to the community.
Chemical Bank gave their employees a day off - to serve. They renamed Columbus Day as "Chemical Cares Day" and encouraged their staff to get out and serve the community, and that's exactly what they did.
They made their way to Midland to Rock Steady Boxing to help spruce things up. The facility uses boxing and exercises as a way to combat Parkinson's disease. They moved into a bigger location last year, and Chemical Bank employees finished up some projects for them that have been sitting since the move.
They painted some of the hallways a bright orange color, since the facility knows the importance of color therapy. Outside, the painted lines in the parking lot and did some landscaping.
A great way to spend their day off work, isn't it?