Kids From Elizabeth & Plainfield Have A “Cool” Time

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(Photo courtesy of the Linde Group)

(Photo courtesy of the Linde Group)

UNION COUNTY – Ninety children from Elizabeth and Plainfield had a cool time thanks to a group of Union County engineers.

Employees from The Linde Group’s Merchant and Package Gases (MPG) team recently visited 30 children at Elizabeth Coalition to House the Homeless, located in Elizabeth and 60 boys and girls from the Second Street Youth Center in Plainfield.

At both locations, engineers demonstrated Linde cryogenic gases and the MPG team participated in games and crafts with the children. At the end of the day, children were presented with Linde backpacks containing school supplies.

“Spending the afternoon focusing on community service activities was extremely rewarding,” says Steve Salva, a Linde engineer. “The children were amazed by our demonstrations and it felt great to do something helpful while having some fun.”


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