Milwaukee Bucks' staff helps rake and fix up homes as part of 'Volun-deer Day'
MILWAUKEE (CBS 58) -- The front office staff of the Milwaukee Bucks got out to help at five different spots across the city on Monday, Oct. 21. It's part of the Bucks "Volun-deer Day."
Volunteers got out to help rake and fix up some homes in the Sherman Park neighborhood.
They also helped make meals at Feeding America.
The Bucks say the effort is just one more way they're anchored to the community.
"Having the entire Bucks organization out here helping, renovating houses, making sure that the laws are looking good, we're redoing some bathrooms and toilets in the houses, its a big deal for every individual family," said Milwaukee Bucks Senior Vice President Alexy Lasry.
More than 200 employees participated in Monday's effort.