Iron Senergy Donates to Greene County Youth Summer Activities
A $65,000 donation by Iron Senergy has ensured that all local children will be able to attend Greene County’s summer day camps and swimming pools regardless of financial constraints. “Iron Senergy is committed to serving the families in our community and supporting programs that build a stronger Greene County,” CEO Justin Thompson said. “Our company is extremely proud to provide this funding to Parks and Recreation so that children across the county can enjoy this valuable program free of charge.”
The county’s camps will be held at the Lions Club Park in Waynesburg, Wana B Park in Carmichaels, and Mon View Park in Greensboro. In addition to traditional camp activities, multiple local groups will be providing a variety of educational activities. All camp days also include admission to the respective pools at each site.
According to Bret Moore, the Director of Greene County Recreation, “This is the third consecutive year Iron Senergy has provided the funds for day camp as well as repairs and equipment to keep the pools running efficiently.” A new pavilion at the Water Park and the annual Kids’ Fall Fishing Frenzy are also courtesy of the industry partner, according to Moore.
Commissioner Betsy McClure added, “Not only is Iron Senergy providing family sustainable jobs in Greene County, they are supporting the community as a whole. We humbly thank them for their continuous support.”
All three county pools open June 3 and the day camps run from June 19 to July 28.