April and Jodi organize blankets collected to give to seniors.
Williams families gather before the Moundsville, W.Va. Christmas Parade.
Michelle poses next to the tree she decorated for the Marshall County Tree Gala to benefit the Chamber of Commerce and Paws for a Cause.
Mollie and Kathy fill gift bags with items to keep seniors warm.
The holidays are here, and the Ohio Valley Midstream employees have been celebrating the season.
We collected more than 300 blankets, warm socks and puzzle books for gift bags that we distributed to senior citizen homes within the region.
Williams employee Michelle decorated a tree for the Marshall County Chamber of Commerce’s Christmas Tree Gala auction, which raised more than $12,000 for the Chamber and Paws for a Cause. Michelle’s beautiful tree, titled “All Hearts Come Home for Christmas,” raised $1,250 to the total amount raised. Congratulations, Michelle!
We joined the Christmas parade in Moundsville, W. Va., which has become one of the OVM team’s holiday traditions. We also enjoyed handing out candy to the families who braved the cold to celebrate. We also walked in the St. Clairsville, Ohio, parade organized by the St. Clairsville Chamber of Commerce.
Who thought playing with glue, ribbon and glitter could be so much fun?
We recently joined our friends at the Women’s Energy Network Appalachia Chapter in southwest Pennsylvania for a night filled with fun (and easy) DIY projects to get ready for the holiday season. And, it was for a great cause!
Williams was especially proud to be a 2014 platinum sponsor of the Chapter for all of its work in the community and with the energy industry. Several of our employees are involved in this organization and we are happy to support them.