Maponics Volunteers for United Way Day of Caring

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Members of the Maponics team headed over to the Montshire Museum of Science in Norwich, VT, to participate in the United Way Day of Caring volunteer event on October 4th.


The group worked on landscaping - raking leaves, tidying flower beds and pulling up encroaching invasive species. "It was especially fun for me because I got to tell my kids I helped out at the Montshire - a place they love to visit," said Mike Villarreal, Maponics Product Manager.


The Montshire Museum of Science is a hands-on museum with more than 125 exhibits relating to the natural and physical sciences, ecology and technology. One of the busiest museums in northern New England, the Montshire attracts more than 150,000 visitors annually, and the Museum’s school programs reach over 20,000 schoolchildren each year in New Hampshire and Vermont.


Over 250 volunteers signed up to participate in the Upper Valley Day of Caring on October 4th and 5th, organized through the Granite United Way. Day of Caring events draw people from area businesses, schools and community groups who want to lend their time, talents and energy to volunteer for projects that make a difference in our community. Read about the Granite United Way's News and Events.