Limerick to Host Community Information Night June 25, 2015
Ever wonder how a nuclear power plant operates? Join us for Limerick Generating Station’s Community Information Night on June 25, 2015, and you’ll see firsthand how Limerick operators safely harness the power of the atom to provide electricity to two million homes and businesses. The free event will be held at Limerick’s Learning Center from 4-7 p.m.
Station employees will be on hand to educate visitors on station operations; engineering practices; environmental stewardship; industrial safety; radiological safety; site security; emergency preparedness; and much more. Visitors can also tour the plant’s main control room simulator, which is used to train reactor operators.
If you have questions, call (610)-718-3025 or e-mail email@example.com.
Limerick Donates $300,000 to Local Charities in 2014
Limerick Generating Station donated approximately $300,000 to about 25 non-profit organizations in the Pottstown Region in 2014. The majority of the funds were raised by Limerick employees who donated $150,000 to the station's annual United Way Campaign. The 11th Annual Limerick Charity Golf Tournament Raised $80,000 - all of which went to local organizations.
In 2014, employees provided more than 400 coats for local elementary school children, donated holiday gifts to Pottstown Head Start students, and actively participated in the Pottstown Relay for Life.
"Exelon and Limerick employees are committed to being a good neighbor by not only operating our facility safely, but by giving back to the community through charitable contributions and volunteerism," said, Tom Dougherty, Site Vice President Limerick Generating Station.
Other organizations supported by Limerick in 2014 include Linfield Fire Department, Limerick Fire Department, the Pottstown Senior Center, Meals on Wheels, North Coventry Food Pantry, Mom's House of Phoenixville, the Clinic, Creative Health Services, YWCA and more.