Page 6 THE EVERETT ADVOCATE – Friday, March 1, 2019 Exelon Generation Sponsors Everett High School Science Fair Exelon Generation, Everett LNG Facility employees are pictured with educators as well as community members and professionals who graciously served as guest judges for this year’s Everett High School Science Fair. The Everett Public Schools thanks Exelon Generation for its generous sponsorship of the 2019 Everett High School Science Fair. Exelon donated all of the trifold boards the students use for their formal presentations. In addition, Exelon hosts a spectacular awards dinner every spring to honor the top science fair finishers at the middle school and high school levels. Pictured, from left, are Exelon Generation, Everett LNG Facility executives and employees Archie Gleason, Bob Montanile, Mourad Manjikian, Jonathan Bernblum, Carol Churchill, Christopher Carr, Mark Rodgers, Michael Brown, and Ying Ng. Exelon Generation, Everett LNG Facility executive Carol Churchill discusses a science fair project with an Everett High School student. Join us for a public meeting to discuss the redesign of two of Everett’s parks! Hale School Park (Glendale Street Park) Central Avenue Playground (Woodland Street Playground) March 4, 2019 6:30 pm Everett City Hall, Room 35 484 Broadway Join Everett’s Planning and Development Department and Bohler Engineering at a public meeting to review and provide comment on the new designs for the Central Avenue Playground and Glendale Street Park. For more information please call Planning and Development at (617) 394-5004 Two Everett High School students discuss their project with Exelon Generation’s Mark Rodgers. Exelon Northeast General Manager Archie Gleason talks to an EHS student during this year’s Science Fair.

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