Ongoing commitment to community service and involvement
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TRION PARTNERS WITH COMMISSION ON ECONOMIC OPPORTUNITY
Members of the Trion Team had the great pleasure of supporting Commission on Economic Opportunity’s (CEO) efforts to provide Thanksgiving dinner for all by bagging 6,000 pounds of sweet potatoes! Thank you to those who volunteered their time and energy and thank you CEO for letting us be a part of this great way of giving back.
TRION EMPLOYEE IS REUNITED WITH GRANDSON FROM THE AIR FORCE
Donna Schreffler couldn’t contain her emotions when she realized her grandson, a member of the Air Force stationed 1,900 miles away, showed up at her job to surprise her for the holidays before his deployment began.
DISASTER RECOVERY COALITION HONORS TRION INDUSTRIES
The Disaster Recovery Coalition of Luzerne County (DRCLC) recently held its annual meeting at the Holiday Inn in Wilkes-Barre, where it presented John Thalenfeld, president and CEO, Trion Industries, with its Community Partner Award for Trion’s assistance following the flooding of September 2011. Trion donated nearly 10,000 square feet of space to house disaster related supplies and equipment used by the DRCLC.
JOHN THALENFELD RECEIVES HUMANITARIAN AWARD
TRION SUPPORTS ROBOTICS EDUCATION THROUGH DONATION
Trion donated several AMT Adjustable Merchandising Trays to Thaddeus Stevens College of Technology for their Baxter robot project. Students in the Electro-Mechanical Technology Program used Baxter for an exercise in programming and applications. The robot is part of an exhibit at the Lancaster Science Factory.
Trion is pleased to be a partner in higher education.
TRION INDUSTRIES RECEIVES COMMUNITY PARTNER AWARD
Trion Industries was honored with the Children’s Service Center, Community Partner Award during its 153rd anniversary celebration awards luncheon held on April 10, 2015 for its continued support of children in the Children Service Center’s group homes.
ANNUAL UNITED WAY FOOD COLLECTION DRIVE
Total Employee Food Contributions to Date: 256,827 lbs.2000: 19,066 lbs.
2001: 15,341 lbs.
2002: 16,466 lbs.
2003: 26,146 lbs.
2004: 26,674 lbs.
2005: 30,527 lbs.
2006: 21,647 lbs.2007: 12,942 lbs.
2008: 11,515 lbs.
2009: 6,806 lbs.
2010: 7,647 lbs.
2011: 6,376 lbs.
2012: 9,489 lbs.
2013: 6,552 lbs.2014: 12,653 lbs.
2015: 11,441 lbs.
2016: 6,921 lbs.
2017: 4,604 lbs.
2018: 4,014 lbs.
CHILDREN’S CENTER CHRISTMAS PARTY
Every year, some terrific kids from the Adolescent Group Home, Children’s Service Centers, Nanticoke and Wilkes-Barre, Pennsylvania celebrate the holiday with a party at Trion. Food, gifts from each child’s wish list, group gifts to the Group Homes, and a visit by Santa. Isn’t Christmas and giving great!
*Due to HIPAA laws we can’t show photographs of the children*
GRAVESTONE MANOR THEATRICAL HAUNTED HOUSE
Benefit for United Way of Wyoming Valley
Trion takes pride in annually hosting Gravestone Manor Theatrical Haunted House in warehouse space at our facility at 1095 Highway 315, Plains, Pennsylvania. Gravestone Manor is arguably Pennsylvania’s most unique haunted house attraction. The Manor is a theatrical presentation, where the audience joins the cast—traveling through an elaborate set. More akin to a play than a traditional haunted house, there are still plenty of scares. As a matter of fact, Gravestone Manor is not intended for children under 8 years of age. The attraction is designed, constructed and staffed entirely by volunteers who donate their time in support of raising money for the United Way of Wyoming Valley. So far Gravestone Manor has raised over $120,000.00 for charities in the region.
Gravestone Manor typically runs weekends through late September and the month of October. Tickets are available at the door and there is plenty of offstreet parking in a well illuminated parking lot. Come join the fun.
For Further Information
We are located in the Trion Warehouse at 1095 Highway 315 Plains, PA 18702-6926.
Write to us at: email@example.com
Call us at 570-821-6500