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County Prestress hosted a Cinco de Mayo lunch for team members at our Westmont, IL facility. Cinco de Mayo is the annual celebration of the Mexican Army’s 1862 victory over the French at the Battle of Puebla.
Cinco de Mayo has evolved into a commemoration of Mexican culture and heritage, particularly in areas with large Mexican American populations. It is often celebrated with parades, parties, mariachi, Mexican folk dancing, and traditional foods. County Prestress celebrated the day by catering food for the entire office and playing games for prizes.
County Prestress is proud to host team member appreciation events throughout the year to thank team members for their hard work and dedication.
Dedicated to eliminating racism, empowering women, and promoting peace, justice, freedom, and dignity for all, the YWCA of Rock County transforms lives and communities through education and action to empower women and dismantle racism. The YWCA understands it takes a community’s support to help individuals rebuild self-confidence, regain self-respect, and become role models. With the help of partnering organizations and donors, the organization provides childcare, Alternatives to Violence programing, Transitions programing, CARE House shelter space, and racial justice and immigrant outreach.
Alternatives to Violence is a program that supports domestic violence survivors in crisis by offering shelter and case management services. The program additionally provides food, linens, clothing, and personal care items to clients residing at the shelter. This program is vital to the Rock County community, as it helps survivors and their children safely return to independence with access to resources and the support to utilize them.
The YWCA of Rock County also operates a 24-hour crisis hotline that helps nearly 95 women and 160 children flee abusive households each year.
County Prestress, through the Sonnentag Foundation, provides the YWCA the resources they need to continue to save lives in Rock County. Each year, the Sonnentag Foundation supports dozens of worthy organizations and causes in four service areas, including Hunger and Homelessness Support, Military Personnel and Veteran Support, Sexual Abuse and Domestic Assault Services, and Youth Mentoring and Skills Building.
Our organization congratulates Ali Shrih, Project Engineer based out of Westmont, IL, who was selected to receive the 2021 First Quarter Leadership Award. Ali will be presented with a framed certificate, signed by Company President, Tim Sonnentag, at an upcoming on-site social hosted by the company. Recipients also receive a $1,000 cash award. We extend our warmest congratulations to Ali for earning this prestigious and deserving award.
Ali was nominated and selected for the 2021 First Quarter Leadership Award for his outstanding display of our company’s Commitments to teamwork, motivation, leadership, accountability, and integrity. Ali plays an integral role in our design and engineer team by overcoming complex challenges and presenting them as simple solutions that best meet our customers’ needs. He steps up where the team needs him, even outside of his role. His willingness to learn and drive to succeed is well respected by his peers and supervisor. Ali’s supervisor said, “Ali has all the attributes of a Leadership Award Winner. He is committed to helping our team and organization find solutions to everyday challenges. He exemplifies our Commitments and it is evident in the respect his peers have for him and the time he is willing to spend training and answering questions.”
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