Twentymile Mine Donates $25,000 to The Memorial Hospital

Employees from Peabody Energy present officials of The Memorial Hospital in Craig with a $25,000 donation for electronic medical record software for their emergency room department. The new technology will increase access to patient medical records, while decreasing turnaround times for diagnoses.

Coal Camp at Twentymile Mine

Employees from Peabody Energy’s Twentymile Mine hosted “Coal Camp” to give employees' family members an unforgettable interactive experience with the coal industry. More than 75 camp attendees dressed up as coal miners and completed activities including touring a mock mine and safety lessons on proper fire extinguisher usage.

Twentymile Teams Up with Pee-Wee Football Team

Peabody Energy’s Twentymile Mine donated $500 to Hayden, Colo.’s Pee-Wee football team for helmets, pads and other sporting equipment. Due to an increased awareness of concussions sustained during youth sports and a focus on safety, the team was in need of new equipment. Twentymile employees also joined the football team in an outing to clean up a two-mile stretch on Highway 40, which has been adopted by Peabody.

Coal Mine Enters the Classroom

Approximately 90 fifth-grade students in Steamboat Springs, Colo., were taken through a mock coal mine to simulate the coal mining process. The mock mine, built by Mine Rescue members of Peabody Energy’s Twentymile Mine, incorporated items seen in a coal mine including roof bolts, cap blocks, mine rescue apparatus, first aid equipment and chunks of coal. Presentations regarding coal and electricity were also given by several Twentymile employees.

Twentymile Mine Donates to Memorial Hospital Foundation

Twentymile Mine employees presented a $25,000 donation to the Memorial Hospital in Craig, Colo. The donation will allow the hospital to buy a picture archiving and communications system to more efficiently manage data from medical instruments, including X-rays and MRIs.

Foidel Canyon School Restoration Project

A historic complex of school buildings, built in 1926, resides on Twentymile Mine property and is in need of restoration. Through a collaborative community effort in partnership with the Historic Routt County, Peabody is providing lead funding and hands-on volunteers to restore the school buildings, which are on the National Register of Historic Places. Read a local article on the project.

Ride the Rockies Event

Thousands of cycling enthusiasts poured into Steamboat Springs for a breather from their 412-mile bicycle tour across Colorado Ride the Rockies is an event of the Denver Post Community Foundation, whose mission is to improve the quality of life in the community through supporting community programs. Peabody's Twentymile Mine was a proud sponsor of the event, with employees who took part in both the race and volunteer activities.

Ski 4 Yellow

Twentymile employees skied for a cause during the LIVESTRONG Foundation's first annual Ski 4 Yellow event, which is an opportunity to hit the slopes with U.S. Olympian or World Cup athletes in the fight against cancer. Peabody's support of the event supports cancer foundations in the Steamboat Springs area as well as the LIVESTRONG global mission.

Donations to Colorado Families During Holidays

Peabody Energy's Twentymile Mine donated 600 movie theater tickets and snack packs to families in need through a partnership with the Moffat County United Way and Colorado's Christmas for Kids organization. Twentymile employees assembled the donations to help offer families a way to spend quality time together at the theater during the holiday season.

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