KENNETT SQUARE, Pa. – Exelon Generation is providing a $1.28 million grant to Anne Arundel County Recreation and Parks to fund significant renovations and upgrades of the multipurpose fields at Tick Neck Park located in Pasadena, Md. The grant comes as a result of the sale of Exelon Generation’s Chestnut Hill Farm property that included the Brandon Woods Park located in Glen Burnie, Md.
As part of the sale of the Chestnut Hill Farm property, Exelon Generation agreed to fund the development of a new or upgraded recreational facility at another location in Anne Arundel County.
“Exelon Generation has a long history of providing reliable energy and building strong relationships in Anne Arundel County, and this grant recognizes our important commitment to the local community in this region,” said David Sikora, Senior Vice President, Engineering and Asset Management, Exelon Generation.
“Anne Arundel County is very fortunate to have support from Exelon Generation,” said County Executive Steve Schuh. “The funding for the transformation of Tick Neck Park with the addition of two turf fields will benefit our young athletes year-round for years to come.”
Exelon Generation employees also volunteer their time in the community as well. In 2016, Exelon Generation employees spent more than 3,200 volunteer hours in Anne Arundel County for projects that benefit the local community, with a particular focus on education, conservation, arts and community health and safety.