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May is Electrical Safety Month

Putting safety first this month – and throughout the year

It’s May – and Prince George Electric Cooperative is celebrating National Electrical Safety Month. While safety for our members is top priority year-round, Electrical Safety Month is a time to acknowledge the importance of safety excellence.

2015 Scholarship Winner

Kaela Orr, a senior at Prince George High School, has earned a $1,000 Worth M. Hudson Scholarship awarded by the Educational Scholarship Foundation of the Virginia, Maryland & Delaware Association of Electric Cooperatives (VMDAEC). The daughter of Linda and Anthony Orr of Prince George, Kaela has been accepted by Radford University where she plans to study fashion merchandising.

2015 Youth Tour Reps Selected

Congratulations to our 2015 Youth Tour Representatives!

Mr. Austin Britt, son of Lisa and Nelson Britt, from Prince George High School

Ms. April Buckles, daughter of Connie and Charles Buckles, who also attends Prince George High School

Ms. Kelsey Dunn, from Prince George High School, daughter of Anayansi and Dwayne Dunn

Mr. Christopher Fly, son of Carol and Eric Fly, who attends Southampton Academy

Contracted Field Work

Prince George Electric Cooperative has contracted with Davey Resource Group to gather field GIS data for use in a mapping project. Associates from Davey Resource will be traveling in a white pickup truck and will be wearing yellow vests as they conduct the field work.

Work in the Garysville area, continuing west onto Route 10 and concluding in the Jordan on the James subdivision is expected to be completed in late May.

If you have any questions, please call the Cooperative at 804.834.2424.

Missing Your Co-op Living?

Some of you may not have received your March/April 2015 copy of Cooperative Living. Due to a programming issue with the mailing labels, some were noted as undeliverable and returned to us. We have determined some residents of Bailey's Ridge Apartments, Jefferson Pointe Apartments and Independence Place Apartments have been affected the most.

2015 Washington D.C. Youth Tour

Prince George Electric Cooperative believes in educating youth about the science and safety of electricity. For Juniors in high school, this is taken further with the 2015 Summer Youth Tour. The Electric Cooperative Youth Tour has brought high school students to Washington, D.C. every June since the late 1950's. We believe that students should see their nation’s capital up close, learn about the political process, the cooperative business model and interact with their elected officials.

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