During the year, our Women in Energy committee held a STEM event in Dover, Delaware for four local high schools to learn more about STEM careers in the energy industry and specifically at Chesapeake Utilities. Through our Chesapeake Cares Mentoring Program, Chesapeake Utilities also partners with nonprofit mentoring organizations, Connecting Generations and Junior Achievement, offering employees the opportunity to serve as mentors to local students. For the second consecutive year, Chesapeake Utilities joined the Junior Achievement of the Eastern Shore for the nonprofit organization's JA Inspire event. More than 3,000 students attended the mentoring event, held at the Wicomico Youth and Civic Center in Salisbury, MD. The event showcased more than 95 exhibitors, including businesses, government agencies, nonprofits and educational organizations, who informed students about different careers and the connections that these careers have with their high school programming options. Additionally, our employees continue to partner with the American Heart Association for the annual STEM Goes Red. Young women from Delaware high schools are introduced to career opportunities by employee representatives and other professionals who encourage these students to explore careers involving science, technology, engineering and math.