Recently, two of Muhlenberg Greene’s projects were featured in the Reading Eagle. Both of these projects, the conversion of an abandoned Giant supermarket into the newest location for the Berks Community Health Center, and the refurbishment of an old carriage house into an activities center for Big Brothers Big Sisters, are great examples of the valuable work we’ve done that give back to the community. Both of these organizations do great work for the Berks area. Big Brothers Big Sisters provides wonderful mentorship for children, and Berks Community Health Center helps to ensure that everyone in the community has a long and healthy life.
There’s no question from anyone here that these organizations do noble work and we’re proud to have done our part in helping to give them a place to carry out their efforts in caring for their community. We’re always proud of our work, but it feels especially good to know that our work will go so far to helping people in need, and ensuring that good work can be done well.