DISTINGUISHED FRIEND OF
THE ELECTRIC COOPERATIVES

Electric Cooperative Members and Cooperative Living Readers are Invited
to Submit Nominations for the Distinguished Friend of the Electric Cooperatives Award!

The Distinguished Friend of the Electric Cooperatives Award, established in 2004, was created as a way to honor legislators and regulators in the three-state region who have been vigilant in protecting the interests of electric cooperative consumers. Nominees should be recommended primarily for statewide efforts although regional or national activities may be included. The award will not necessarily be given each year, but will be reserved for legislators or regulators who, in the committee’s view, embody the guiding principles

To make a nomination, please provide the information requested below by December 4, 2020. For additional information, email Phyllis Long.

Hurry Deadline to Submit Nominees is December 4, 2020!

 

 

2020 Distinguished Friend Award Entry

  • 1. Person and/or organization making nomination:
  • 2. Nominee:
  • 3. Background of Nominee:
  • 4. Contributions Made in Role as Elected/Appointed Official:
  • 5. Volunteer Contributions:
STOP AND SMELL THE TULIPS. Shenandoah Valley Electric Cooperative member Linda Bursey wants to remind us to take a moment to stop and smell the tulips … like her sweet grandson Leo. Thanks for sharing, Linda!Got a photo you would like to share with other readers, either in print or here on social media, please send it with caption info to [email protected] ... See MoreSee Less
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We love this! Good job, guys!We exist to serve our members, no matter the circumstances. Pictured from left to right, Lead Lineman Brandon Long and Linemen 2nd Class P.J. Jarvis and Jordan Jack, all of the Augusta District, found a member who had fallen in her yard on April 30. The member says she laid there several hours, unable to get anyone's attention. Responding to an outage, Long's crew spotted her. Brandon lifted her and assisted her to her porch, no major injuries from the situation reported. "Somebody’s hollerin’ for help," Brandon says, "you’re going to help them." We know you aren't looking for recognition, but we applaud your act of kindness, Brandon, P.J. and Jordan! ... See MoreSee Less
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