Brooklyn Historical Society Honors National Grid

By Karen Young

National Grid was one of the honorees at the Brooklyn Historical Society (BHS) inaugural fall gala in celebration of the organization’s 150th anniversary.  National Grid was recognized for its longstanding commitment to the communities it serves.  The company is committed to making a lasting contribution to the communities it serves by supporting programs that help improve the way people live, work and play, focusing on the areas of education, energy, and environment.  National Grid was honored to receive the recognition and looks forward to continuing its partnership with BHS this spring through support of BHS’s program to commemorate the 70th anniversary of Jackie Robinson, baseball legend and civil rights advocate. 

Accepting the award for National Grid, Rudy Wynter, President FERC (second from left) and Ken Daly, President NY (right) with BHS Chairman of the Board, Jim Rossman and BHS President, Deborah Schwartz. Aria Isadora

Accepting the award for National Grid, Rudy Wynter, President FERC (second from left) and Ken Daly, President NY (right) with BHS Chairman of the Board, Jim Rossman and BHS President, Deborah Schwartz. Photo by Aria Isadora

 

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