Mark Kelly of Safety Marking Inc. participated in the Annual Trades Fair event this year at Wakeman Boys & Girls Club of Fairfield. Mark Kelly supports their mission to guide and inspire young people so they may reach their full potential as productive, caring, and responsible citizens.
Local teens spent an informative and inspirational evening learning about the many possibilities #greatfutures can hold at the second annual College, Careers, Military & Trades Fair. Thank you to all our community partners who presented to our Club kids!
Since 1913, the Southport Clubhouse has served the youth of Fairfield and surrounding towns with a wide range of academic, artistic, athletic, and community service activities. Wakeman Boys & Girls Club genuinely believes that every child has the potential to be great. For generations, Wakeman has excelled at being “the positive place for kids” by offering hope, opportunity, and a sense of belonging to every youngster who walks through our doors.
“It is a privilege to support our community partners who presented to the Wakeman Club kids. Safety Marking is honored to take part every year in the Annual Trades Fair which provides essential job resources and tools for the local boys and girls of Wakemans and surrounding community,” said Mr. Kelly.
Mark Kelly started Safety Marking Inc. almost fifty years ago in 1973. The Bridgeport based company is now known in the pavement marking industry as a pacesetting leader. Since its inception, business’s development has broadened with more significant contracts and expansions. It now offers eight major types of services in three states, including Connecticut, Rhode Island, and New York.