Summit Training Source donates 100 turkeys to the West Michigan Mel Trotter and Wood AM 1300 Turkey Drive
In the spirit of the holiday season, on November 21, 2011, Mel Trotter Ministries and local radio station NEWSRADIO WOOD 1300 held their 8th Annual Great Thanksgiving Turkey Drop to help feed hungry families in West Michigan. Summit Training Source, a local family-owned business, donated 100 frozen turkeys to the Turkey Drive, thankful to be able to help needy families in our area. Summit is proud to make this donation for their community and encourages others to donate as well.
“We are lucky to be in a position to give back to our community,” comments Bryan Hornik, General Manager of Summit Training Source. “The Turkey Drop is an outstanding vehicle for members of our community to act in a giving manner. I applaud the efforts of everyone involved.”
Mel Trotter Ministries provides shelter, food, clothing, education, biblical studies, computer-based learning, and work training and experience for men and women in need throughout our community. Visit www.meltrotter.org/ for more information. WOOD Radio is West Michigan's official news, weather and traffic station. To learn more about the Annual Great Thanksgiving Turkey Drop visit www.woodradio.com
Summit Training Source is a recognized leader for effective environmental, health, safety and compliance training programs. Our fundamental goal with our programs is to ensure that all workers stay safe and injury free. Summit believes that everyone should experience a healthy and safe holiday season, and contributing to less fortunate families in our community is very important. For more information on Summit, visit www.safetyontheweb.com.