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September 16, 2016

For Release: Immediately

Central Hudson Employees Support the United Way Day of Caring

A group of nearly 20 employees of Central Hudson Gas & Electric Corporation participated in the United Way of Ulster County’s annual Day of Caring on Tuesday by clearing heavy brush, planting flowers, disassembling broken fences and more at the Family Woodstock Inc. Family House in Rosendale. The Family House provides emergency shelter for runaway and homeless youth, ages 12-18, offering counseling, life skills training and access to community services.

Central Hudson employees volunteer each year at this annual event, and are major contributors to the Mid-Hudson Valley United Way campaigns. An annual employee-led United Way campaign is held, and employee contributions to the Community Fund are matched Central Hudson.

“We believe that contributing to the communities we serve benefits everyone, and that our local United Way agencies are effective in providing needed funds and support to organizations that truly make a difference,” said Michael L. Mosher, President and C.E.O of Central Hudson.

For more on the United Way of Ulster County, visit www.UlsterUnitedWay.org; and for the United Way of Dutchess-Orange, visit www.UWDOR.org/. To learn more about Central Hudson in the Community, visit www.CentralHudson.com/Community.

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A ribbon cutting ceremony for the newly enhanced Garden Street to Main Street corridor

A ribbon cutting ceremony for the newly enhanced Garden Street to Main Street corridor

Central Hudson employees volunteered at the United Way of Ulster County’s Day of Caring on Sept. 14 to tackle yard work and more at the Family House in Rosendale.