Simi Valley, California 2006

Initiated by an Alcoa Fastening Systems employee at the Simi Valley location who wanted to give something back to the school where all her children had attended, 20 of the location's employees spruced up Abraham Lincoln Elementary School on the former president's birthday weekend in February.

The employees, along with family and friends, planted 15 silver maple trees donated by the location, cleaned and replanted flower beds, painted and cleaned up bathrooms, and installed a pathway.

On October 21 during the Alcoa Worldwide Month of Service, more than 30 employee volunteers and their family members cleaned up the sports field, landscaped the gardens and flower beds and planted five carrotwood trees at Good Shepherd Lutheran School.

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Volunteers at Abraham Lincoln Elementary School

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Silver maple tree

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Volunteers at Good Shepherd Lutheran School

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Planting carrotwood trees