Williams crew donates improvements to La Sal Community Center

Just one year ago, Williams Northwest Pipeline began holding its first “Volunteer Week” in an effort to make meaningful contributions to the communities served by its natural gas facilities.
This year’s project was focused on making improvements to the La Sal Community center, which is owned by the County and houses the La Sal branch library.
It’s also used by the La Sal School for indoor physical education and community organizations for a variety of activities including weekly “Teen Nights”, monthly food banks, and Cowboy Poetry presentations.
Paula Garcia, the Field Office Administrator at the Williams Moab location, coordinated with members of the La Sal Community Center board to prioritize needed improvements and discuss future possible projects.
As a result of the Williams 2024 Volunteer Week, new flooring was installed on the stage and in both restrooms. The outdoor storage shed also received new insulation and interior plywood walls.
Williams provided most of the materials and supplies for the projects and volunteer labor was performed by nine of its employees.
The Williams Northwest Pipeline transports natural gas to communities throughout southeastern Utah and southwestern Colorado, and is dedicated to improving the communities it serves as well as the environment.

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