Littleton's "Bridge Deco Crew" turns an ordinary bridge... extraordinary!
Littleton Coin Company Gives Back To Community
Ed, Paul, and Milt unloading the last wreath...
Despite the cold, Harmony, Janet, and Penny
are all smiles.
Patti and Eileen made a great team!
Janet and Wendy show the others how it's done.
LITTLETON – Employees at Littleton Coin Company are gearing up to give back to the community, thanks to the company's new Community Service Program. Under the program, employees are encouraged to spend up to 8 hours of paid time each year participating in community service activities.
As a company project, Littleton will focus its efforts on the beautification of the nearby Paul McGoldrick Bridge and roadside cleanup of Mt. Eustis Road from the Industrial Park corner to the Lisbon town line. Planned activities include roadside trash removal, along with planting flowers and adding holiday decorations.
Employees may also opt to spend their 8 hours working on a community service project of their choice, providing it meets with approval by the company's Community Service Committee. Among the non-profit groups already benefiting from the new program are the American Heart Association, Ammonoosuc Community Health Services, and the Ammonoosuc Regional Arts Center.
In a memo announcing the new program, Community Service Committee members said, "We know some of our employees are already giving back to their communities in so many great ways, and Littleton would like to support these efforts and encourage additional participation."
The new program officially begins May 1, 2008. However, it had a successful "trial run" one brisk, sunny afternoon shortly after Thanksgiving, when nine employees installed twenty 3-foot Christmas wreaths on the Paul McGoldrick Bridge.
Based in Littleton, New Hampshire, Littleton Coin Company was founded by Maynard Sundman in 1945 and has set the bar for industry standards for more than 60 years. As one of the largest buyers and sellers of coins and paper money in America, Littleton is renowned for providing friendly, reliable, and expert service to collectors around the globe. It employs more than 350 local residents and is led by President David Sundman. To learn more about Littleton Coin Company, please continue to browse our website.