April 12, 2017 – HHCI & Partners Complete 2nd Sherman Indian High School Beautification Project


HHCI & Partners Complete 2nd Sherman Indian High School Beautification Project

Riverside, CA – April 12, 2017 – On Saturday, April 1st, in keeping with HHCI’s social responsibility commitment, the HHCI team and partners painted the Winona nearby areas on the campus of Sherman Indian High School. The event was a huge success! We thank all the HHCI volunteers and our many partners who helped us accomplish the mission:

  • Southern California Edison – Donated volunteer labor team to help paint
  • AdPro – Donated volunteer labor team to help paint and helped publicize the event
  • Clear Cloud Solutions – Donated volunteer labor team of 5 to help paint
  • Cal Pacific Constructors – Donated volunteer labor team to help paint
  • Bank of America – Donated volunteer labor team to help paint
  • Dunn Edwards – A key material donation for this project, Dunn Edwards generously donated over 60 gallons of paint for the event
  • Home Depot – Donated drop cloths and rollers
  • Chick-fil-A – Donated delicious lunch for the event
  • Cal Baptist University – Donated the other half of the delicious lunch
  • CaliforniaThroughMyLens.com – Donated professional photography services
  • Wal-Mart – Donated 10 cases of drinking water

This is the second dorm that we have painted as part of our Campus Beautification Program at Sherman Indian High School. Our team looks forward to additional campus beautification projects and the opportunity to engage with our Native American youth and contribute to their learning and skill development!

Quotes from Volunteers

“Hello Kirby, your good heart and taking action to care for our Native American students at Sherman Indian High School is to be commended…I was very impressed by many of the students who worked very hard and tirelessly to paint. Our block wall detail was led by a student intern from your Hal Hays Construction and we did our best to make that wall look sharp. Your intern, Qiana, was a good boss to all of us on her block wall crew. She hustled around to ensure we had enough materials, painted and she even brought us bottles of water to keep us hydrated. Congratulations for leading everyone to take some real action to help improve the dorm situation out there at Sherman. If you are able to organize these efforts again in the future, you can count on AD PRO and the American Indian Chamber’s support. We are very proud to stand with you my friend.”
Tracy Stanhoff, President
American Indian Chamber of Commerce of CA
“To the HHCI Team, great effort and demonstrates your commitment to the Native American cause and well-being…”
Craig Hayman, Sr. Programs / Contracts Mgr.-Major Capital Construction Projects
Southern California Edison
“Team, on behalf of the Bank of America Community Volunteers, we greatly appreciate the invitation to help with this event. Thank you Kirby and Hal Hays Construction for the generosity in helping our Native American community.”
Manuel Salcedo, Officer, Customer Service and Sales Team Manager
Bank of America

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