Homedale helping local youth with time, talent and dollars 

Boy Baseball Uniform RunningThe Homedale mill is committed to making a positive impact in their community. Tyler Cook, plant manager, speaks highly of his employees’ “selfless dedication and devotion to ensuring there is a path for success for the youth in our community.” Homedale has recently made three donations to different youth sports organizations, totaling more than $6,000.

Millwright Jose Gonzales is an assistant coach for the Homedale Baseball Tomorrow Program. Gonzalez, along with Cook, presented a $5,000 donation to the program to aid in the construction of a year-round indoor facility, for both baseball and all other sports teams, to benefit thousands of local kids.

Homedale took advantage of another opportunity to connect with the community by presenting a check to the Marsing Cheer Competition Team, who is on their way to State! Many employees have children who attend Marsing High School, including swing shift supervisor Karla Goodman, whose daughter is on the squad. Cook and Goodman presented a check to the team, making it a special moment for all involved.

The mill is also sponsoring the Inferno, a Canyon County Optimist Soccer Club, as they head into the Canyon Rim Classic Tournament. Armando Soto, a custom curve operator, volunteers as head coach so it was a privilege to present his team with a check.

Thank you, Homedale mill, for taking a hands-on and proactive role in the community!


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