LIMERICK PA – Representatives of Exelon’s Limerick Generating Station, presented the township Board of Supervisors with a check Thursday night (Feb. 12, 2009) for $150,000.

State Rep. Tom Quigley, left, joins Renee Chesler, vice chairman of the Limerick Township Board of Supervisors, and Limerick Generating Station Plant Manager Ed Callan, with a mock check representing Exelon Corp.'s $150,000 donation.

State Rep. Tom Quigley, left, joins Renee Chesler, vice chairman of the Limerick Township Board of Supervisors, and Limerick Generating Station Plant Manager Ed Callan with a mock check representing Exelon Corp.'s $150,000 donation.

The amount is the first of four annual Exelon donations totaling $500,000 to support the township’s parks and recreational facilities and programs, the Limerick and Linfield fire companies, and the Limerick Township Police Department.

LGS Plant Manager Ed Callan was on hand to personally deliver the payment. “Limerick Generating Station is part of the fabric of the community, and this contribution is one way to demonstrate goodwill and Exelon’s continued efforts to be a good corporate citizen,” he said. Also on hand was state Rep. Thomas Quigley.

Exelon says it and its nuclear LGS employees contributed more than $300,000 in last year to local charities and public service organizations. Exelon Corp. is among the nation’s largest electric utilities.

Photo by Exelon Corp.

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