Bringing Our Community Together

June 4, 2020

Note: The information and photos in this issue of Together were submitted prior to implementing COVID-19 preventive measures including social distancing.

Here’s a look at two Employee Business Resource Groups – Alternate Current and THRIVE – supporting community events.

Alternate Current sponsored the LGBT Center of Greater Reading’s youth programs fundraiser. The event raised more than $30,000, with our table bringing in more than $2,000.

L.-r.: Tracy Parmer, analyst V; Taylor Moss (Linda Moss’ daughter); Jennifer Rivera, consultant, Regional External Affairs; Jerry Moss, manager, Transmission Program (Linda’s husband); Linda Moss, Met-Ed regional president; Guy Ryno, supervisor, Customer Contact Center; Sean Flannery, (Guy’s partner); Maureen Flannery (Sean’s mother); and David Turner, manager, Regional External Affairs.

THRIVE held a resource fair at the West Akron Campus (WAC). Participating were local vendors that provide mental health and wellness, physical, mental disabilities and major illness services. Employees visiting vendor tables were entered into a raffle, and the vendors received a free lunch at the WAC cafe. About 70 people attended.

Vendor representative Michael Gaffney is ready for resource fair visitors.