The July and August editions of South Carolina are both available online.
In case you missed it, the July edition features a message from Pat Howle, executive vice president and CEO of Horry Electric, about the Cooperative Difference. From the folks who represent members on the board of trustees all the way through to the employees who work the power lines and the ones who work the phone lines, the relationship the cooperative has with members is fundamental to our core business. It is as important as the quality of service we provide.
Other highlights include an update on the Operation RoundUp program and reminders about Surge Guard and both water heater programs; H2O Select and H2O Load Management.
The August edition of the magazine will soon be delivered to mailboxes of members who opt to get news from the Cooperative.
- CEO column – The Cooperative Advantage; it’s not just a slogan, it’s real – just as genuine as our employees
- Teacher: Youth Tour an investment in our future – Brianne Heinz, a North Myrtle Beach teacher, shares her experience
- While Santee Cooper’s fate is considered, co-ops still looking out for members
- Co-op Connections Feature – Lawn service ‘fueled’ by co-op power. Quiet Lawn uses all electric equipment
- HORRY EXTRA: Local People. Serving You. The first in a series that focuses on employees and their work groups. You’ll meet Charlie Tindal, staking technician, who works in the Overhead Conversion/Right-of-Way area of the Cooperative. Check out the video that highlights his special musical talents!
- Beat the Peak, Bank Draft and Advance Pay program reminders