Consolidated Nuclear Security, LLC and the East Tennessee Foundation will host a reception Thursday, Nov. 15,
2018, for grant winners of the CNS Y-12 Community Investment Fund. This year, the fund will award 22 grants
totaling $125,000 to nonprofit organizations in eight East Tennessee counties—Anderson, Blount, Campbell,
Knox, Loudon, McMinn, Monroe and Roane.

What: Reception for CNS Y-12 Community Investment Fund Grant Winners
Who: Consolidated Nuclear Security, LLC and the East Tennessee Foundation
Where: New Hope Center (no badge requirement), 602 Scarboro Road, Oak Ridge, TN
When: Thursday, Nov. 15, 2018
Time: 6 to 7:30 p.m.

Members of the investment committee and grantees will be available for interviews following the ceremony.
The CNS Y-12 Community Investment Fund is managed by the East Tennessee Foundation and was created in
2014 by CNS. The distribution of funds is determined by the CNS Y-12 Investment Advisory Committee, which is
comprised of Y-12 employees. The employees reviewed applications and recommended grants to support
nonprofit organizations that addressed one of the committee’s chosen focus areas, historic and cultural
preservation or mental health and substance abuse.

For more information, contact Kathryn King of Consolidated Nuclear Security, LLC at (865) 576-4124 or, or Jan Elston, Vice President for Competitive Grant programs for East Tennessee
Foundation at (865) 5241223 or

Consolidated Nuclear Security, LLC (CNS) operates the Pantex Plant, located in Amarillo, Texas, and the Y-12 National Security Complex,located in Oak Ridge, Tennessee, under a single contract for the U.S. National Nuclear Security Administration. Pantex and Y-12 are key facilities in the U.S. Nuclear Security Enterprise, and CNS performs its work with a focus on the absolute priorities of safety, security,
quality, mission delivery and cost efficiency.

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