Richton Park collects blankets to help Sister City in Bahamas
Richton Park Village Manager Regan Stockstel, Facility Supervisor Geneen Robinson-Smith & Mayor Rick Reinbold were on hand when members of ComEd’s External Affairs Team Michael Fountian, Bonita Parker, and Lisa Aprati recently stopped by to drop off blankets for Richton Park’s sister City Cat Island Bahamas.
The Blankets will be distributed to Senior citizens on Cat Island.
“The donation from our community partners at ComEd really put us over the top on our blanket drive and we are very grateful.” Richton Park Mayor Rick Reinbold said.
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