Eleven UGI employees and family members participated in a clean-up and repair of Long’s Park, Harrisburg Pike, Lancaster during a recent community initiative. Employees and their families cleaned the park grounds, weeded gardens and painted a gazebo during the effort.
Long’s Park is an 80-acre city park that was bequeathed to the City of Lancaster in 1900 by Judge Henry Grimly Long and his daughter, Catherine Long. Each year, the park is home to a host of activities including a free summer music series, a nationally acclaimed fine art festival and the world’s largest chicken barbecue. Long’s Park also boasts other outdoor amenities including picnic pavilions, a petting farm, children’s playgrounds, a three-acre, spring fed lake, tennis courts and a fitness trail.
UGI’s West Region employees, located in Lancaster and Harrisburg, targeted the park clean-up as a valuable way to give back to the community.
UGI Utilities is a natural gas and electric utility with headquarters in Reading, Pennsylvania. UGI serves more than 690,000 customers in 45 Pennsylvania counties and one county in Maryland. Customers and community members are invited to visit the UGI website at www.ugi.com; our Facebook page at www.facebook.com/ugiutilities; or follow us on Twitter at www.twitter.com/ugi_utilities.
UGI employees and family members, along with a member of the Long’s Park maintenance crew, paint the gazebo at the park in Lancaster as part of the employee-sponsored clean-up.