Donation Ensures Access to Greene County Youth Summer Activities

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Iron Senergy has made a significant donation of $65,000 to guarantee that all local children can partake in Greene County’s summer day camps and swimming pools, regardless of financial constraints. This act of philanthropy underscores Iron Senergy’s commitment to serving the community and supporting programs that contribute to a stronger Greene County.

CEO Justin Thompson expressed his pride in providing the essential funding to the Parks and Recreation department, enabling children from all corners of the county to enjoy these valuable programs free of charge. Iron Senergy recognizes the importance of investing in the future of the community and aims to ensure that every child can participate in enriching summer activities.

The county’s summer day camps were held at three locations: Lions Club Park in Waynesburg, Wana B Park in Carmichaels, and Mon View Park in Greensboro. These camps offer more than just traditional recreational activities; local groups have joined forces to provide a diverse range of educational experiences, enhancing the children’s knowledge and skills during their summer break.

One remarkable aspect of the summer program is that admission to the respective pools at each camp is included. This allows the children to cool off and enjoy refreshing aquatic adventures, further enriching their summer experiences.

Bret Moore, the Director of Greene County Recreation, expressed his gratitude to Iron Senergy, highlighting the long-standing support the company has provided. “This marks the third consecutive year that Iron Senergy has generously funded the day camps, demonstrating their unwavering commitment to the children of Greene County. Additionally, the company has contributed to the repair and maintenance of equipment, ensuring the smooth operation of the pools. Their partnership has also resulted in the construction of a new pavilion at the Water Park and the sponsorship of the annual Kids’ Fall Fishing Frenzy event.”

Commissioner Betsy McClure commended Iron Senergy for their multi-faceted contributions to Greene County. “Not only does the company provide sustainable jobs for local families, but they also play a vital role in supporting the community as a whole.” The commissioner also expressed heartfelt gratitude for Iron Senergy’s continuous support, acknowledging the positive impact it has on the entire county. Greene County recognizes Iron Senergy as a valuable partner, creating opportunities for children to learn, grow, and create cherished memories that will last a lifetime.