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CCAI Chapters Gave Back to Communities During Holidays

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Alexa Pratt with the Orange County Fire Department thanks Ron Lum, CCAI Southern California chapter president, for the large toy donation to Toys for Tots, a program run by the United States Marine Corps Reserve which distributes toys to children whose parents cannot afford to buy them gifts for Christmas.

 

Several chapters of the Chemical Coaters Association International held events during the recent holiday season to benefit charitable organizations in their area.

The Alabama, Central States, Southern California, Twin Cities and Wisconsin chapters collected toys and cash donations for those in need. 

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From left, Jim Kacmarcki, of Kapco Metal Stamping and Kids 2 Kids, greets CCAI Wisconsin chapter board member Ron White as he delivers the chapter’s toy donation.

 

Altogether the chapters collected nearly 2,000 toys and $2,800 for distribution to Toys for Tots, Kids 2 Kids, Angel Tree Program and the Battle Within.  Each chapter organized a special event to bring association members together to celebrate the season and support the organizations’ programs. 

CCAI is a technical and professional organization that provides information and training on surface coating technologies. CCAI also works to raise the standards of finishing operations through educational meetings and seminars, training manuals, educational videos, and outreach programs with schools, colleges and universities. Visit ccaiweb.com.

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