CRC “Involve” Group Tees Up for Charity
The CRC “Involve” Group, made up of our employees, look for opportunities to network, volunteer or raise money for common causes supported by mostly their own resources. This year’s 3rd annual golf tournament is just one such activity and proved highly successful when all results were tallied, delivering a record fundraising amount. Chaired by CRC Land Negotiator Brandi Decker and CRC Well Analyst Robert Hernandez who organized the tournament efforts, the twosome chose the California Oil Museum as the beneficiary.
The California Oil Museum, located in in the City of Santa Paula, depicts the history of oil and gas in and around Ventura County. It tells the story of oil that created wealth, work and prosperity for generations of Californians. Today, the museum continues to provide energy literacy through interactive displays, working oil and gas models, photographs, and an authentic turn-of-the-century cable-tool drilling rig. Robert Hernandez said, “We were able to donate twice the amount raised last year and are grateful to CRC employees and contractors for their support. It was important for CRC “Involve” to align with a non-profit that represented our workforce which continues to set a path to the middle class.”
Western States Petroleum Association’s (WSPA) Bob Poole, who is also the President of the Board of Directors for the California Oil Museum, golfed in the daylong tournament stating, “The contribution of more than $15,600 from CRC was way beyond our expectations! The California Oil Museum is grateful to receive this contribution to continue to provide world-renowned exhibits and STEM educational programs to students countywide and beyond.”