Corizon Connections: Idaho Correctional Institute/Orofino employees participate in 60 mile, 3-day event
Linda Gehrke was the first to join and recruited several other ICI-O employees (DW Barlow and Lt. Layne), as well as her daughter, to participate along with her. The Warden at the facility has supported an “anything she can do to help” attitude to help the team raise money.
The team hosted a “Bustin Out” lunch for employees consisting of chili dogs, chips and a drink for a small donation of $5.00 per meal.
Corizon’s mission is to be the world’s foremost provider of correctional healthcare. But along the way, we want to be effective and impactful members of the communities we call home. It starts with our employees. Their compassionate hearts find numerous ways to contribute to a number of programs, charities and other initiatives.
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