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Martin Stone Quarries donates to Pennsylvania school district

By |  February 24, 2021
From left: Greg Herb, Foundation board president; Tessi Melchior, Foundation executive director; and Rod Martin, president of Martin Stone Quarries and Foundation board vice president. Photo: Martin Stone Quarries

From left: Greg Herb, Foundation board president; Tessi Melchior, Foundation executive director; and Rod Martin, president of Martin Stone Quarries and Foundation board vice president. Photo: Martin Stone Quarries

Martin Stone Quarries donated $30,000 to the Foundation for Boyertown Education, supporting the local school district in Boyertown, Pennsylvania.

Rod Martin, president of Martin Stone, presented the donation to the Foundation for Boyertown Education. Martin is a founding member and current vice president of the board for the Foundation.

“The Foundation is important to us because we believe in supporting our local community – the community where we operate,” Martin says. “The Foundation is there to support our students in ways that would not be possible through the normal funding methods and tax revenue streams. It is with the generous help of the parents and businesses in the community that our children are given the enhanced programs and enrichment tools they need to be successful in the future.”

The $30,000 donation, made through the Vanguard Charitable Fund, brings Martin Stone’s total contributions to the Foundation to $110,000 over the past five years.

“We have a dedicated board of directors and executive director who work hard for the students in the district, having raised more than $750,000 to date,” Martin says. “These students will ultimately be the future leaders of our community.”

Martin Stone Quarries, located in Bechtelsville, Pennsylvania, was founded in 1953 and is a third-generation, family-owned aggregate producer.

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Zach Mentz is editor in chief of Portable Plants magazine and managing editor for Pit & Quarry magazine. Zach is a graduate of the Tim Russert Department of Communications at John Carroll University. His previous experience also includes time spent in the Cleveland Indians communications department.

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