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Wednesday, April 18, 2018

2018 Volunteer of the Year

Giving back to our communities is one of the fundamental pillars of our company culture. We know the importance and value of taking care of people both inside and outside our restaurants.

Many of our team members are active volunteers in their neighborhoods, and we do what we can to support them in those endeavors. During the months of April and May, we recognize those who have gone above and beyond by generously giving their time and energy to support causes in their local communities.

From over 1,100 team members who volunteered over 42,000 hours of their time in 2017, we’re proud to announce that this year’s Eat’n Park Hospitality Group Volunteer of the Year is Mickey Ivosevic!

Mickey, a team member at our Cranberry Eat’n Park restaurant, is passionate about recruiting her colleagues at work to volunteer at various Eat’n Park Hospitality Group hosted events throughout the year. Outside of work, her true life’s purpose is helping women recover from drug and alcohol addiction. Specifically, she volunteers with the women at the Aliquippa Jail and at Pennsylvania Organization for Women in Early Recovery (P.O.W.E.R.). She plans holiday celebrations and cookouts, and always brings with her a message of hope and encouragement. She pours her heart into helping the women reclaim their lives and reunite with their families. On Mickey’s behalf, Eat’n Park Hospitality Group will be donating $1,500 to P.O.W.E.R.. 

Please join us in congratulating Mickey and our other finalists for their extensive efforts in the community!

Pictured above are our 2018 Volunteer of the Year finalists (left to right):

Back row: Venetia Khouri (Downtown Hello Bistro), Betty Gordon (Peters Township Eat’n Park), Wendy Roberts (Somerset Eat’n Park), Courtney Blood (Parkhurst at Chatham University) Front row: Betty Heuler (Sewickley Eat’n Park), Mickey Ivosevic (Cranberry Eat’n Park), Brooke White (Greensburg Eat’n Park) Not pictured: Dave Greg (Latrobe Eat’n Park)


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