LINDEN — The Phillips 66 Bayway Refinery in Linden recently donated funds to support improvements at the Hawk Rise Wildlife Sanctuary located in Linden. Carol Ziegler, Bayway Public Affairs Manager and Mary Phillips, Bayway Community Relations Coordinator, met at the entrance of the Sanctuary with City of Linden Officials and presented them with a check for $10,000.
“We are proud to put our Phillips 66 Values of safety, honor, and commitment into action, and this donation expresses our support of the Sanctuary which provides educational programs as well as enjoyment for families and students in the community,” said David Erfert, Bayway Refinery Manager.
Linden Mayor Richard Gerbounka added, “The Bayway Refinery has been a good corporate neighbor, and their support and commitment to the Hawk Rise Wildlife Sanctuary is just one of the many initiatives they have assisted with over the years. In addition to providing educational programs, the Sanctuary is a wonderful place to walk, relax, and view a variety of birds and other wildlife during the different seasons.”
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