TRWA Wishes to thank all of its 2011 Corporate Sponsors
Over the past year, several business have stepped up, volunteered, helped out, contributed to, or sponsored TRWA events and we are grateful! Many thanks go out for all their help and assistance and we would like to recognize them here.
State Street Corporation not only contributed money through their "Kick-Ball for a Cause" campaign, but two teams of workers took the day off to do a clean up alongside several waterfront boat launches and access sites in Bridgewater, Taunton, and Dighton. Pictured below are members of the State Street clean up team and some of the trash they found. Pictured in top row, right corner, State Street representative Bethany LeBlanc recieves the TRWA's 2011 Annual Volunteer of the Year Award from Richard Shafer, President and Carolyn Lamarre, Volunteer Coordinator.
Without the sponsorship of Bristol County Savings Bank, The Nemasket Kayak Center or Arborcare with Ropes & Saddles our 2012 would have never seen the light of day.
TRWA wishes to thank the following local and national businesses who donated goods, services, or financial assistance towards the TRWA's 2011 Wild & Scenic Film Festival:
Greater Brockton Society for Poetry and the Arts
Burrito Wraps Mexican Grille
The Brockton Garden Club
Holmes-McDuffy Florists, Inc.
Salisbury Brook Stream Team
TRWA wishes to thank the following local business and organizations that have given financial assistance through their membership at the TRWA:
Bridgewater Garden Club
West Bridgewater Open Space Committee
Capital Building & Design
Veolia Water North America
If you are a business owner and would like to support the TRWA in 2012, please click here for more information.