We had a wonderful time sharing Food, Fun, Games, and some Cold Water with our team and their families. The venue was the Emerald Glenn Park in Dublin…one of our installation projects. We had an estimated turnout of 300 people…not bad considering a projected temperature of 97+ degrees. There are more photos on our Company Facebook Page
The Cleary Brothers and Managers serve up lunch
The kids Sac Race
ladies hula hoop contest
Snow Cones were a huge hit. It was Hot!
Ice Bucket dunk tank
The World Cup of Soccer in the Bay Area
Looking good. Clean, colorful, and healthy.
Cleary Bros. Landscape welcomed Hudson Puente as an arborist to the Danville, Calif.-based company.
Puente will lead a service team for the company’s maintenance clients and develop new business in the East Bay and the Tri-Valley areas.
“I’m excited to join the Cleary Bros. team and hopefully become a contributor right away,” Puente said. “I have a lot to learn about their operations, but it’s a fantastic environment. Everyone has been very supportive.”
Puente is a former intern of the Smithsonian National Zoological Park in Washington, D.C., and he participated in a post-graduate professional internship with Disney World’s horticulture department in Orlando.
It’s a great day to plant a tree or do some improvements. Anything helps! If we all make an effort to leave the Earth in better shape, we can make a difference.
Love Your Mother
Our danville yard hosted the Safety Bingo today. Cash and prizes were awarded to entrants who came through the last quarter with no injuries. Crews that went ‘above and beyond’ were also given additional opportunities to win. Carnitas off the grill were a nice way to end the day. Martin Cleary took the opportunity to make sure that the Danville Yard knows that we appreciate the guys efforts
Leon wins a gift card
Norma from HR shows a crip $100 won by a gardener from another yard
After a nice meal the games beginIf you are curious about how this work, we would be happy to share! Contact email@example.com with questions. Keep it Safe!
We just completed placing over 100,000 lights in a large Redwood tree for Diablo Foods in Lafayette. The accompanying photos were taken by Sally Rae Kimmel
adding lights to a redwood tree
placing lights in the tree
We hope that you have a safe and enjoyable holiday. Please remember the people that have boots on the ground and hands on the work.