LINDEN–Phillips 66 Bayway Refinery Community Relations Coordinator, Mary Phillips, presents Junior Achievement of New Jersey’s President Catherine Milone a $10,000 donation to fund Junior Achievement programs. Bayway Refinery’s dedicated employee volunteers have partnered with Junior Achievement over the past 30 years and, currently, 19 volunteers are presenting the Junior Achievement program to students in grades K-5 at School No. 2 and School No. 4 in Linden. “It’s so wonderful to see Bayway Refinery employees visit the schools year after year. They are so deeply rooted and vested in the Linden community. JA is grateful to be a part of this powerful community partnership,” says Milone. (Photo courtesy of Phillips 66)
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