Focus on Education

Joleen Hindman, consultant, Regional External Affairs (r.), presented a $1,000 FirstEnergy Foundation check to Cindy Hahn on the set at C-NET, the local access news channel in West Penn Power's Centre County territory. C-Net provides government and educational meeting coverage on cable and online.

April 8, 2019

Providing educational support in the communities we serve is an important initiative for our company, employees and the FirstEnergy Foundation.

The Matheny Medical and Educational Center (MMEC) in Peapack, N.J., received a $5,000 FirstEnergy Foundation check. The funds will support the Matheny Arts Access Program. MMEC is a special hospital and school for children and adults with medically complex developmental disabilities. It also provides a comprehensive outpatient center for meeting the health care needs of people with all types of disabilities in the community.

“I am also very grateful to JCP&L employees who participate at the annual Matheny Christmas party and our upcoming Casino Night,” Dr. Sprott said. “Tom Brophy (LC&M chief B) organizes a large group of Summit Line employees to purchase gifts and attend our Christmas party. They provide a great deal of good will on behalf of JCP&L.”

L.-r.: Dr. Vincent Barba, MMEC; Patti Martin, Customer Account specialist; Tom Haynes, consultant, Regional External Affairs; Eileen Murray, MMEC; and Dr. Kendell Sprott, MMEC.