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TMI Presented $50,000 Within Four Days


Despite wet weather on Friday, August 3, Three Mile Island still had a good time at the 13th Annual TMI Charity Golf Tournament. A soggy course took all events inside for the day as Site Vice President Ed Callan presented a $40,000 check to the Londonderry Township Fire Department. 

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"We value this partnership more than ever," said Bart Shellenhammer, Londonderry Township F.D. Chief. "We understand without policy reform, this could be the final outing." 

A bevy of volunteers worked to put smiles on faces and dish out door prizes throughout the morning. Many people had a good time despite the unfortunate circumstances from Mother Nature. 

On Monday, August 6 the 'Bookmobile' rolled into the parking lot of the TMI Training Center. A library of books inside the tricked-out RV were ready to receive $10,000 from Ed Callan. 

TMI continued its partnership with Lower Dauphin Communities That Care and helping hundreds of students read throughout Dauphin County. 



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