Key Bank Employees Dabble in Annual Day of Service


Brianna Gibbs/KMXT

If you tried to visit the Kodiak Key Bank sometime after noon yesterday, you may have been surprised to find that the doors were closed, and nobody was there. That’s because they were here, at KMXT. Yesterday was Neighbors Make a Difference Day, a national Key Bank holiday that sends employees from branches all around the United States into their communities for volunteer work. This year, Kodiak’s branch opted to see what nonprofit public radio was all about. KMXT’s Brianna Gibbs gave Kodiak branch manager Joyce Gregory a break from the arduous labor and asked her about the organizations day of service.

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