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CSX CFO Updates Volume Expectation and Reaffirms Second Quarter and Full-Year Earnings Guidance
June 3, 2015

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CSX Employee Shares Railroad Knowledge and Insight with 50 Scouts as Part of Merit Badge Class


A group of more than 50 young people comprised of both Boy Scouts and Cub Scouts from across Robeson County North Carolina participated in Railroad Merit Badge class on March 28th in Red Springs, North Carolina. The event featured lessons and insight from CSX Yardmaster Billy Moye, who shared his historical knowledge and first-hand accounts of what it’s like to work on the rails, as well as underscored the importance of being safe around railroad tracks.

The event was organized by the Red Springs and Northern Railroad Foundation, and also featured a train ride and safety presentation by David Robinson, an employee of the North Carolina Department of Transportation and Operation Lifesaver volunteer. Volunteers from the Parkton Historical Foundation and troop leaders from the Boy Scouts’ Lumber River District also helped out during the event.

Mark Bullard, a member of the Foundation who spearheaded the event remarked, “My children were involved with the Scouts, so I knew they did a Railroading Badge. I knew we had a unique opportunity to make a difference in the Scouting community. It’s my hope that we can continue this as a tradition for the foundation.”

Location: Red Springs, NC

Submitted By: Chris Abbood, President, Red Springs and Northern Railroad Foundation

Published: April 16, 2015


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