PM&CC Picks Plenty of Pounds of Peppers

By Kathie Cornelius

PeppersOver 1,800 in fact, during a “Power to Serve” day on August 24 with the Grafton, Mass.-based Community Harvest Project.

“The electric Project Management and Complex Construction (PM&CC) team picked 1,872 pounds of peppers totaling approximately 5,653 servings that will be going out to Worcester County’s hunger relief agencies,” said John Rondeau, National Grid’s PM&CC principal program manager, who coordinated the effort “to give back to the communities we serve.”

“That is an impressive total and we are really thankful for your help in doing the work that we do,” said Wayne McAuliffe, Community Harvest Project’s Program Manager.

The Community Harvest Project is a non-profit farm that engages volunteers to grow fresh fruits and vegetables to provide to those experiencing hunger. Through their volunteer farming programs, education initiatives, and community partnerships, they bring thousands of community members together each year to improve access to healthy foods for individuals and families in need across Worcester County.

PM&CC employee volunteersFront row (left to right):  John Rondeau (Event Coordinator), Daniel Davis

Back row: (left to right):  Binoy Koodhathinkal, Bruce Berard, Ted Girard, Dan Kelly, Kelan Edinger, Mike Szczepanek, Randy Richards, Tim Keating, Donna Aliquo, Ron Haywood, Rick Perkins, Lorna Wilder, Mike Waskewicz, Ryan Patenode, Gary Bellows, Somboon Noenlad, Robert Patenaude, Jay Hawkins

 

Lorna Wilder, PM&CC Executive Assistant
Lorna Wilder, PM&CC Executive Assistant

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