Workplace of the Week

Workplace of the Week

The Workplace of the Week

Every week we bring the KIOA Workplace of the Week a delicious lunch from Claxon's Smokehouse & Grill, a beautiful flower arrangement from Boesen the Florist, chocolates from Chocolate Storybook and other great prizes! If you would like your office considered for the next KIOA Workplace of Week then sign up for the KIOA Good Times Email Club.

Workplace of the Week Winners

Wednesday, February 13, 201302/13/2013

Nancy Blomquist at Pleasant Hill Fire Department

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Friday, January 18, 201301/18/2013

Scott Wilson at Combined System Technology

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Friday, January 18, 201301/18/2013

Teresa Liewer at Iowa Genealogical Society

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Friday, January 18, 201301/18/2013

Lisa Harney at American Family Insurance

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Friday, January 18, 201301/18/2013

Penny Williamson at Fleur Heights Care Center

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Friday, January 18, 201301/18/2013

Lucy Starliper at Check All Valve

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