Scott Energy sponsoring YMCA road race
BEVERLY — A Gloucester-based home energy company is fueling the running of the next installment of YMCA of the North Shore’s Race Series.
Scott Energy, a provider of home heating oil, propane, heating and cooling system installations and service, is sponsoring the Y’s Beverly Homecoming 5K. The starting line is at Lynch Park at 55 Ober St. in Beverly at 6:30 p.m. on Thursday, Aug. 8.
“We are so grateful to Scott Energy for their first-time sponsorship and support of our 5K races,” said Carol Meyer, YMCA of the North Shore special events director.
All proceeds from this race will support the Y’s Corner Stone program. This new collaborative program provides essential daily living support to local cancer patients, survivors and their families.
“For over 70 years, Scott Energy has been giving back to the communities we serve,” said Scott Energy President Bill Scott. “By supporting the YMCA of the North Shore, we’re able to help even more of our neighbors in ways we never imagined.”
Scott Energy serves Cape Ann and the North Shore.
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