Murtha Cullina Helps Clean Up The Rose Kennedy Greenway Parks in Boston
June 24, 2011
On Thursday, June 16, 2011, a group of employees from the Boston office of Murtha Cullina LLP participated in their annual summer community service project by helping clean up The Rose Kennedy Greenway Parks. The group of more than 20 attorneys and staff pulled, picked and polished down the mile-long stretch of the Greenway to help make it beautiful for Bostonians and tourists to enjoy this summer.
“As we celebrate our 75th year anniversary with a focus on community service, we are proud to organize and participate in events each year to help keep Boston beautiful and to give back to our community,” said Rob Munnelly, partner-in-charge of the Boston office of Murtha Cullina.
Jennifer Whelen, Volunteer Coordinator & Development Assistant for the Rose Fitzgerald Kennedy Greenway Conservancy, in a thank you note to the firm said, “The horticulture staff was thrilled to have had your help! The Greenway looks as good as it does because of the phenomenal work of our team and volunteers like you.”
About The Rose Kennedy Greenway Conservancy
The Rose Fitzgerald Kennedy Greenway Conservancy is a private, non-profit organization that is the steward of the parks on behalf of the public. It raises private and public funds to support the parks, aspiring to excellence in design, operations and public programming. Its commitment is to preserve Boston’s proud reputation as a walkable city and to ensure that the Greenway is a thriving, and welcoming public amenity. For more information, visit www.rosekennedygreenway.org.