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UGI Employees make Big Brothers Big Sisters “COUL” Night a Special Event

24 Aug 2017

Reading, PA – UGI employees from the Stone Pointe office recently participated in the Big Brothers Big Sisters COUL Night at the organization’s facility on Windsor Street in Reading.

COUL, which stands for Club of Unmatched Littles, is a group mentoring program that offers weekly supervised activities for unmatched Little Brothers and Little Sisters waiting to join the One-To-One program. COUL fosters resiliency, encourages goal-setting, teaches life skills, and provides participants with a caring and supportive environment.

The UGI Stone Pointe Employee Engagement Committee hosted one of the weekly programs, providing dinner and working on a tie-dye t-shirt activity. UGI provided pizza, snacks and drinks, while UGI employee Laura Miner baked cupcakes that the children could decorate. Dieffenbach’s Potato Chips donated a case of chips for the event.

The committee also presented a check to the Big Brothers Big Sisters from funds raised during a recent employee “Cupcake Wars” competition won by Laura Miner, who designated Big Brothers Big Sisters as the benefitting charity.

UGI Utilities has headquarters in Reading, Pennsylvania and serves more than 690,000 customers in 45 Pennsylvania counties and one county in Maryland. Customers interested in additional information can visit the UGI website at www.ugi.com; on Facebook at www.facebook.com/ugiutilities;or on Twitter at www.twitter.com/ugi_utilities.

Photo:

UGI employee Laura Miner and a Big Brothers Big Sisters COUL kid show off a tie-dye t-shirt made during the program.

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