Employees of Minnesota CPA firm Froehling Anderson took an afternoon out of the office earlier this month to volunteer at the Voyageur Environmental Center.

Volunteer activities included cleaning the lodge, splitting wood and distributing mulch in anticipation of the center’s summer camp.

A year-round educational center owned and operated by the Boys & Girls Clubs of the Twin Cities, the Voyaguer runs a residential summer camp for club members June through August, along with welcoming them on weekends and school release days.

“Froehling Anderson is committed to Voyageur Environmental Center,” said Froehling Anderson CEO and managing partner David Benusa in a statement. “The organization plays a vital and noble role in the lives of children around the Twin Cities.”

 

 

 

 

 

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