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Walton EMC Employees Raise Another $30,000 for Boys & Girls Club

Walton EMC Employees Raise Another $30,000
for Boys & Girls Club

MONROE, Ga. - For the seventh consecutive year, Walton Electric Membership Corporation employees are making a difference in the lives of young people through the Boys and Girls Clubs of Walton County.

Walton EMC employees present a $30,000 check to the Boys and Girls Club of Walton County in Monroe from the proceeds of the Walton EMC Golf Classic. Pictured are (front row) Walton EMC employee Kimberly Willoughby, Boys and Girls Club members Connor Hall, Germain Dupervil, Anijah Guzamn and WEMC Charity Chair Kathy Ivie. Back row, left to right, WEMC employees Jennifer Lester, Kimberly Gilmore, Chris Stacey, Boys and Girls Club member Kyvin Thompson, WEMC employees Amanda Christian, Preston Roberts, Debra Jackson, Candace Patton, Tracey Guinn, Club Director Tina Epps, Club staff member Erica Cooper and WEMC employee Marilyn Briney.
The cooperative’s employees recently donated another $30,000 to the organization from the proceeds of their sold-out annual spring golf tournament held at the Georgia Club in Statham. In all, Walton EMC employees have raised $154,000 for the Boys and Girls Club’s quality developmental programs.

These programs and services exist so young people don’t have to turn to the streets to find recreation and companionship. The Club’s mission is to enable all young people to reach their full potential as productive, caring, responsible citizens.

Walton EMC is a cooperative, which means the utility’s customers own the company. One of the seven cooperative principles it operates by is “concern for community.” Walton EMC and its employees actively support community charities in accordance with this principle.

Walton EMC is a customer-owned power company that serves 121,000 accounts over its 10-county service area between Atlanta and Athens.