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Local energy companies raise funds for Lycoming County United Way

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For the third year, the American Association of Drilling Engineers (AADE) Appalachian Basin hosted the Ironman Shootout to raise funds for Lycoming County United Way. This year’s event, held September 19, raised $20,000 for the nonprofit, which, in 2014, provided funding to 32 human service programs in Lycoming County. Presenting a check to Adrienne Wertz, LCUW director of resource development and communications, second from right, and Scott N. Lowery, LCUW executive director, second from left, are Sarah Johnson, Aveda Transportation and Energy Services, and Brent Fish, Fish Real Estate. Organizers who are not pictures include Michael Arispe, Anadarko Petroleum Corporation; Josh Jones, Precision Drilling; Jarrad Turner, Stallion Oilfield Services; and Keith Houseknecht, Mountain Oilfield.

 

For the third year, the American Association of Drilling Engineers (AADE) Appalachian Basin hosted the Ironman Shootout to raise funds for Lycoming County United Way. This year’s event, held September 19, raised $20,000 for the nonprofit, which, in 2014, provided funding to 32 human service programs in Lycoming County.

According to organizers, more than 300 people were in attendance, including volunteers, company representatives, and 156 shooters on 39 teams.

“This year’s Ironman Shootout was a tremendous success, and we’re already counting the days until next year’s event,” said Mike Arispe, Anadarko Petroleum Corporation. “AADE has supported the United Way for a number of years, and we are very proud of this event’s success. We are so fortunate to work in an industry that provides essential energy resources for modern life, and we recognize that we have neighbors, friends, and families in our communities who are in need. The United Way is an amazing resource for so many, and it means a lot to be able to contribute in a meaningful way to support the United Way in helping folks meet their basic needs, like healthcare, education and housing.”

For more information, or to make a donation to this year’s Lycoming County United Way campaign, visit www.development.lcuw.org or call 570-323-9448.

 

 

 

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