Unsung Heroes Week: Day 5

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February 16th-20th is Kenyon’s First Annual Unsung Heroes Week, a community project designed to appreciate the efforts of Maintenance, AVI and Campus Safety. We are proud to recognize the efforts of these employees as valuable members of the Kenyon community. The long term goal of this project is the establishment of a small scholarship fund for a child or grandchild of a Kenyon AVI, Maintenance or Campus Safety worker living in Knox County and pursuing higher education at a college or university. Please share this project with your Kenyon College friends, family members, alumni, or anyone else who you feel would be interested. Let’s give these workers the recognition they deserve!

DallasDallas (left), Susan (right)

Mount Vernon, Howard, Maintenance

“What’s your favorite part about working at Kenyon?”

Dallas: “Probably my partner (Susan), honestly. We just get along. We have our conversation and everything.”

Susan: “Having a partner like Dallas.”

Both: “Just the different kind of stuff you get to do. You just don’t know what could hit you. It’s not the same, monotonous.”

DebDeb

Mount Vernon, Safety

“What’s your favorite part about working at Kenyon?”

“Meeting all the different people. I like working with students in that age group.”
Greg2

 

 

 

 Greg

Massachusetts, Safety

“What’s your favorite part about working at Kenyon?”

“I think that after almost 20 years of working here it’s the beauty of the campus. It still always amazes me, the gem within Knox County.”

Kasey

 

 

Kasey

Mount Vernon, AVI

“What’s your favorite part about working at Kenyon?”

“Everything here.”

Nancy

 

 

 

 

Nancy

Mount Vernon, AVI

“What’s your favorite part about working at Kenyon?”

“Oh gee. My favorite thing is to be around the students and communication.”

 

 

 

Sponsored by Student Activities, The Thrill, Housing and Dining Committee, Building and Grounds Committee, Art Organization of Kenyon, Greek Council, Epsilon Delta Mu, Archons Society, Phi Kappa Sigma, Phi Kappa Tau, Delta Tau Delta, Delta Kappa Epsilon, Beta Theta Pi, Theta Delta Phi, Zeta Alpha Pi, Alpha Sigma Tau, Women’s Lacrosse, Cross Country, Track and Field.

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