A Glimpse of Peacock Keller in Action This Summer
David Huggins, Office Administrator, is spending time with his family, gardening and riding his Harley throughout West Virginia, Ohio and Kentucky.
Wes Cramer and his wife Toni will be visiting some of their favorite spots in the Pacific northwest.
John Rodgers is active on the Board of the Bradford House in Washington and is looking forward to The Whiskey Rebellion Dinner that will be held in July.
Heike Mills attended sheep shearing school to help her master shearing the sheep on her family farm. (She was one of the "shearers" on the KDKA highlight film when Dave Crawley visited the school last month.)
Susan Roberts will continue her skydiving and her bike riding excursions on the many bike trails in this area.
Larry Ging and his wife will travel in Italy for two weeks, taking in Rome, Capri, Tuscany and Venice.
Frank Adams enjoys spending his spare time fishing.
Barbara Graham and her family will visit historical Charleston, South Carolina, later this year.
This spring Roger Ecker coached 1st, 2nd, 3rd and 8th grade basketball for the Trinity School District in Washington.
Among his many other community affiliations and responsibilities, Ken Baker holds the office of President of the Washington Jazz Society.
Ever wondered what half a ton of food looks like?
This loaded skid of food is what the Peacock Keller staff donated to Scouting For Food this year. Our grand total was 1,262 pounds -over one-half ton! Scouting For Food helps the local food banks replenish their shelves to help those in need. We are proud of our staff and of Deborah Sakovich who coordinated this year's drive.
Through participation in programs like Scouting for Food, the staff at Peacock Keller continues to demonstrate a strong commitment to being caring members of the community.