March 23

Savannah Campus Updates

 

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SITCC Core Values Cornhole Tournament

On Thursday, March 22nd, 2018 SITCC held its 1st Core Values Cornhole Tournament! What does cornhole have to do with our core values you ask?  Let us explain…

BE ONE

In order to make a tournament, several teams were needed to come together to participate.  Just like in our everyday life at work, SITCC has several departments, coming together making SITCC the successful facility it is.  It takes everyone, working together as one team.  WE ARE ONE!

BE HONEST

In cornhole, if a bag hits the ground then bounces onto the board, it scores no points.  It was the honor system for scoring for each team and honesty was expected, and that’s exactly what was given!

BE STEWARDS

The tournament was played on the most beautiful lawn in Savannah!  The breeze was blowing, the sun was shining, the grass danced under our feet, the sun kissed the Savannah River behind us as large vessels passed. The SITCC team feels very fortunate to work at such a beautiful, well maintained facility.  With the tournament being played at their own house, they made sure to leave it just as clean as they found it.

BE DYNAMIC

In order to be dynamic, team members should always be seeking to learn something new or add a new skill to what they can do.  There were many staff members who never played cornhole before, or claimed they were no good, but these individuals still participated in the tournament. The SITCC team is made up of people that never give up and are always working hard to be the best for themselves and our company.

CLINT JENKINS (CCLD) – SITCC 2018 CORE VALUES CORNHOLE CHAMPION!

 

Reading Day at Gadsen Elementary

This week, SITCC employees teamed up with The Rotary Club of Savannah, and other members of the community, to get Gadsden Elementary students excited about reading. SITCC purchased books, read to several classes, then left the books in the classroom to help Gadsden Elementary build their library. All employees enjoyed the opportunity to interact with the students, read to them, showing them the importance of literacy and reading. Thank you for being such stewards!