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B&W Y-12 contributes $25,000 to local Boy Scouts of America organization for camp improvements


B&W Y-12 presented a check this week for $25,000 to the Boy Scouts of America, Great Smoky Mountain Council, to go toward the Great Smoky Mountain Council Capital Campaign, which supports capital development projects at Camp Buck Toms and Camp Pellissippi.

At left, Joey Andrews, Pellissippi district executive and Larry Brown, Scout executive, accept the contribution from Bill Klemm, B&W Y-12 deputy general manager and senior vice president of Operations, and Paul Wasilko, deputy manager, Uranium Processing Facility Programs and also BSA Pellissippi district chairman.

This money is in addition to a $5,000 B&W Y-12 corporate contribution (and individual employee contributions of $4,100) made in February, bringing B&W Y-12's total contribution for this year to $34,100.