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Construction Firm Donates $5K to Malden Teen Enrichment Center

CDM Smith, a Cambridge-based engineering and construction firm, made a $5,000 donation to the Malden Teen Enrichment Center.

Malden Teen Enrichment Center members with CDM Smith Director Bob Button, Mayor Gary Christenson, Board Chair Greg Lucey, Director Cathy MacMullin and board member Frank Molis. Credit: Courtesy/Paul Hammersley, Office of Mayor Gary Christenson
Malden Teen Enrichment Center members with CDM Smith Director Bob Button, Mayor Gary Christenson, Board Chair Greg Lucey, Director Cathy MacMullin and board member Frank Molis. Credit: Courtesy/Paul Hammersley, Office of Mayor Gary Christenson
[Editor's note: The following information derives from a City of Malden press statement.]

CDM Smith, a Cambridge-based engineering and construction firm, made a $5,000 donation to the Malden Teen Enrichment Center.

MTEC, which recently celebrated its one year anniversary, will use the funds to defray costs for programs and tutoring that will benefit Malden students.

CDM Smith Director Bob Button said the company had been looking for a way to give back to the Malden community as they have worked in the city repairing streets and sidewalks this past year.

"The MTEC Board and I are grateful for the generosity of CDM Smith," said Greg Lucey, president of the MTEC Board of Directors.

To make a tax-deductible donation to the Malden Teen Enrichment Center, visit their website and following to the "Donate" tab.

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