Volunteers from the company were on hand while the children of the Boys & Girls Club enjoyed all the trappings of a Thanksgiving meal, including turkey, stuffing, mashed potatoes, green beans, macaroni and cheese, and a slice of pie.
“We’ve been a part of this community for over 65 years, and to be able to do a Thanksgiving dinner for our community partner, the Max M. Fisher Boys & Girls Club — we’d like to continue for many years to come!” says Eric Gibson, director of marketing at Nozzle Nolen Pest Solutions.
This is the second year in which Nozzle Nolen Pest Solutions has provided Thanksgiving dinner for the Max M. Fisher Boys & Girls Club.
“It was our pleasure once again to feed over 200 boys and girls at the Max M. Fisher Boys & Girls Club,” says Mickey Nolen, president and owner of Nozzle Nolen Pest Solutions. “The volunteers at Nozzle Nolen enjoyed serving as much as the kids enjoyed the Thanksgiving meal!”
Nozzle Nolen Pest Solutions is a family-owned and operated pest control company that has served the Treasure Coast and Palm Beach communities for more than 65 years. The company operates service branches in Port St. Lucie, Jupiter, West Palm Beach and Lake Worth, Fla.
Specializing in pest control for homes, vessels and commercial buildings, Nozzle Nolen has set the goal of completing 4,000 hours of community service by 2021.
“The smiles on the childrens’ faces made my heart full,” says Stephen Hawks, IT manager at Nozzle Nolen Pest Solutions and a volunteer at the event. “It was a gentle reminder of why we celebrate Thanksgiving.”