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Delphi provides landscaping to Women’s Center

Employees from Delphi Asset Management Corporation, a subsidiary of Oracle Corporation, recently came from Reno to South Lake Tahoe to completely landscape the yard at the duplex used for the South Lake Tahoe Women’s Center Transitional Housing program.

The clients who reside in these homes have recently fled domestic violence situations and truly appreciate the hard work of the employees of Delphi Asset Management. The group that contributed to the project included Lori Clancy, Oracle project leader, Tim Forman, Leslie Roulias, Geri Westphal and her daughters, Rachel and Jessica, Eleanor Cafaro, Marianne Broughton, Barbara and Bill Wallace and their son, Scot, John Gamble, Jennifer Daleo, Ed Paterson and his daughter, Anna, Brian Wallace and Shirlene Wallace.

These folks gave up their Saturday, brought their own tools and thoroughly landscaped the yard. This tremendous job included rototilling the soil, mixing in compost, planting flowers and sowing clover seeds as well as providing lunch for the residents as an extra-special touch.



These wonderful volunteers traveled from Reno to complete this community service project, which was coordinated by Dolores Corona-Tuttle of United Way of Northern Nevada and the Sierra. Corona-Tuttle directs hands-on projects on behalf of the United Way, and the Women’s Center deeply appreciates her arranging this valuable project on its behalf.


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