Exmark workers beautify Carnegie
12 Sep 2012
By Emily Deck/Daily Sun staff writer
With the inside of the Carnegie building newly renovated, Exmark volunteers work to add some curb appeal.
A total of 12 Exmark employees -- five from Monday and seven on Tuesday -- took time from their working days to volunteer landscaping the front of the Carnegie Building that recently had a nearly $1 million interior renovation.
“Toro and Exmark are all about beautification of the land, so we thought this fit in really nicely,” Patty Kaufman of Exmark's community giving program said.
This week the Carnegie Foundation will be moving into the building. Landscaping was not in the funding of the renovation.