RESCON Lends A Hand with the Horticulture Society in MA

Newton, MA – July 23, 2019 – The RESCON team showed off their green thumb’s on Wednesday, July 17th when nine members of our corporate office based in Newton, MA volunteered their time with the Massachusetts Horticulture Society at the Garden at Elm Bank in Wellesley, MA.

The group spent their morning with Director of Facilities, Grounds and Horticulture, Dan Brooks and Gardens Curator, David Fiske. The team weeded and mulched a few of the garden beds to get them in top condition. The 36 acres along the Charles River in Dover, MA provided a wonderful place for people to learn and enjoy nature.

This is the second year in a row the RESCON team has volunteered with the Massachusetts Horticultural Society. “It’s so beautiful at Elm Bank in Wellesley and I feel so pleased to have lent a small hand in the upkeep of the gardens,” said Lenny DelVecchio, Director of Sales for RESCON. “It’s a great way to get everyone out of the office, bond as a team and give back to our surrounding communities.”

In 2017, RESCON’s Branch Community Service Program launched. Every month, each office location chooses a volunteer opportunity where they spend time giving back. Our RESCON team has had the opportunity to volunteer with several organizations including the Fork Stark Historical Society, Out of the Darkness Walk to raise Suicide Awareness, the Ellie Fund delivering patient meals, the Soup Kitchen, the Rhode Island Food Bank and more. To learn more about the Community Service Program or to have our team volunteer with your organization you can reach out to

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