PA Members Participate in MLK Day of Service

This weeks post is guest written by Pennsylvania Energy Corps Member King Adjei-Frimpong who is serving with The Commission On Economic Opportunity in Wilkes-Barre, PA

Energy Corps Pennsylvania did our day of service at Energy Coordinating Agency in Philadelphia.  Jordan, Michael, Kayleigh, and I joined up with Matt and Tina and assisted with the Weatherization and Sustainability Workshops. We offered free window covers, caulking for door and window cracks, rain barrels, and even information on green jobs!  We split into pairs and canvassed Philadelphia, outreaching to members of the nearby community.   It was great seeing people partake in the conversations, asking questions, and be genuinely interested in what we had to say- we even had translators for the people who spoke Spanish.  Some even stayed after wanting to know more about what we do!  It was a great success!

About the Author:

King Adjei-Frimpong is a certified Californian. Born and raised in Orange County, he has always enjoyed being outside. With the famous Southern California weather at his disposal, King made use of it by participating in a variety of activities such as football, running, and skateboarding. He studied at UCLA and received a bachelor of arts degree in political science in 2010. King spent six months after graduating from college travelling the world. After finally returning stateside, King is thrilled to take his talents, no not to South Beach, but to the Energy Corps in Wilkes-Barre, Pennsylvania.

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