Exelon Generation continues support for MyRWA with $4K donation
As part of their longstanding relationship, Exelon Generation has donated $4,000 to the Mystic River Watershed Association (MyRWA) to support the organization’s important mission to preserve and restore the Mystic River watershed for present and future generations. The watershed begins in Reading, Mass., and flows through 22 communities in the Greater Boston area, including Everett, where Exelon’s Mystic Generating Station is located.
“Because Exelon Generation’s Mystic Generating Station is located alongside the Mystic River, we know firsthand how important it is to protect this watershed,” said Mark Rodgers, Communications Manager for the Northeast Region of Exelon Generation. “Exelon Generation is excited to support [MyRWA’s] great work to help ensure that this watershed is protected and enhanced.”
Due to the dense population in these communities, there are limited open spaces where residents can enjoy the outdoors; however, the Mystic River watershed is filled with lakes, rivers and streams where half of a million community members can relax and enjoy the beauty of the area’s natural resources.
“Exelon has been a champion of the effort to preserve the Mystic River Watershed. Thanks to this generous donation, [we are] able to continue our efforts to ensure that the watershed remains a vibrant ecosystem and recreational resource for residents in the 22 neighboring communities,” said MyRWA Executive Director Patrick Herron.
The Communications Manager for the Northeast Region of Exelon Generation, Mark Rodgers (left), presents MyRWA Executive Director Patrick Herron with a $4,000 donation.