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10   |   SRNS TODAY   |   JULY 2019
            A home run for United Way

            Annual softball tourney raises more than $23,000

            SRS hit a home run at the 15th annual SRS Softball Tournament   SRNS employee and tournament organizer Eric Schiefer has
            by raising more than $23,000 for various local United Way (UW)   watched this event grow substantially over the years. “The most
            agencies through concession sales and other fundraising efforts   rewarding part of being involved with the tournament is being
            by volunteers. The total donation includes a 50 percent corporate   able to bring employees from all over the site together for a
            match by SRNS parent company, Fluor.                  worthy cause through some friendly competition like softball,”
            This year, 19 teams with 300 players and coaches representing   said Schiefer.
            multiple SRS contractors came in support of local UW agencies.   The 2019 SRNS UW Campaign Chair A.D. Bollig was thankful
            SRNS led the way with 14 teams, while contractors Parsons and   for the strong support and hard work from all SRS employees. “I
            Savannah River Remediation made up the remaining teams. The   appreciate our employees continued support of United Way events
            SRNS Project Management and Construction Services “Menghi’s   each year,” said Bollig. “Our employee campaign significantly
            Minions,” who sponsored the S.C. Autism Society, took home   impacts United Way agencies in South Carolina and Georgia, and
            the championship, defeating SRNS Engineering’s “Purple Reign.”   every contribution makes a big difference in someone’s life.”

            SRNS Project Management and Construction Services “Menghi’s Minions” went 4-0 to take home the gold at the 2019 SRS United Way Softball Tournament.

             Intern Reception

              SRNS held its annual internship reception, allowing
              interns to network with their peers and senior
              SRNS management and to discuss their internship
              projects. At right, Rick Sprague, SRNS Senior
              Vice President for Environment, Safety, Health
              and Quality, talks with intern Jessica Schifer, who
              worked in the H Canyon Process Engineering
              department this summer.
              The SRNS internship program is designed
              specifically for college students and graduates
              who are seeking to diversify their skillsets and
              professional development.
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