TRACY, Calif. –
DLA Distribution San Joaquin, California’s, Civilian Welfare Fund Committee has been awarded the the DLA Director’s Strategic Goals Award for fourth quarter, fiscal year 2017.
San Joaquin’s CWF Committee serves more than 1,300 employees assigned to the distribution center, and they are vital to the morale and welfare for the diverse workforce and their family members. In line with DLA’s People and Culture mission and goal, they hosted numerous events during the fouth quarter focusing on the social pillar of resiliency.
“They hosted the first annual bowling tournament in August and the fifth annual golf tournament in September. Both events were successful, due to the committee’s hard work and dedication,” said DLA Distribution San Joaquin commander, Marine Col. Andre Harrell.
In addition to planning the events and working all the logistics, the committee creates advertising flyers, signs-up participants and uses their personal leave to host the actual events.
“To say they thought of everything is an understatement; they thought of everything and more,” said Harrell. “It was evident from the beginning, they planned top-notch events to allow all participants the time to come together and de-stress from their busy work schedules and socialize with their fellow coworkers in a fun and relaxing setting.”
According to Harrell, “the Civilian Welfare Fund Committee is an essential part of DLA Distribution San Joaquin, servant leadership team, as they strive to serve the men and women employed across the entire installation. Whether they’re hosting a fundraiser, planning future appreciation events, or attending meetings, they work tirelessly and focus enormous effort on taking care of our most valued resource; the employees of the distribution center. The CWF Committee is vital to the morale and welfare of our workforce and they truly merit this prestigious recognition.”