DAVISON (WJRT) (7/9/2019) - Some Home Depot workers used their time off the clock to help a nonprofit veterans group.
They did yard work Tuesday at the Davison American Legion Post. The project was made possible through grants and donations from the Home Depot Foundation and Behr.
The improvements came at a great time for the American Legion.
"It's been 26 years since our post has been able to be redone," Post Commander Dan O'Neill said. "We've given all our money to the veterans, to scholarships, to boys state, girls state, baseball. Everything we've done here, we've given back all the money and we haven't been able to do it ourselves."
The Home Depot volunteers were from the Corunna Road store in Flint Township. The Legion Post was also repainted recently thanks to Behr.