Byron Generating Station recently reorganized some of the work areas in its onsite training facility at the nuclear plant. When completed, the station was left with extra desks that still had a lot of learning life left in them. The station was able to find non-profits in the area that could benefit from the added equipment.
The Oregon Chamber of Commerce took some of the desks to complement its new office area, and the Village of Progress in Oregon made good use of the furniture for its cafeteria. Serenity Hospice and Home used nearly two dozen of the desks for its own learning facility at their location in Rochelle.
"The desks are a very nice addition to our staff meeting and training room," said Lynn Knodle, Executive Director at Serenity Hospice and Home. "They are much more visually appealing and allow for more seating than the folding tables we were previously using."
Serenity Hospice and Home is a non-profit organization that provides care for the terminally ill and their families in their homes, long term care facilities, or in the homelike environment of our inpatient unit, Serenity Home. For more information see Serenity's website at www.serenityhospiceandhome.org