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Monroe County Emergency Services received a $2,500 from the Central Georgia EMC Foundation to purchase storm debris removal equipment.

Friends of the Monroe County Library, Inc. received a $1,500 grant from the Central Georgia EMC Foundation for their summer reading program. 

The Christian Women’s Center received a $1,122 grant from the Central Georgia EMC Foundation to purchase a clothes washer and a cooking range for their center that provides refuge for young women in crisis. 

The Henry County Scholarship Foundation received a $2,500 grant from the Central Georgia EMC Foundation to provide scholarships for deserving students from the county’s public high schools to further their education by attending a college or vocational/technical school.

Helping in His Name Ministries received $5,000 from Operation Round Up to purchase food for their food pantry.

Their mission is to provide short-term relief to the hungry and needy of Henry County. They use a volunteer work-force and donated food to serve approximately 300 families per week. Their service is designed as a short-term solution for those with an immediate need.

Butts County 4-H received $2,000 for camp scholarships from Central Georgia EMC's Operation Round Up Foundation. 

The Central Georgia EMC Foundation announced today that it awarded $5,000 in a grant to Rachel’s Gift. The grant will be used to fund free training for hospital staff, treasured lifetime keepsakes, ongoing professional group counseling sessions, and Rachel’s Gift follow-up program that includes Mother’s Day and Holiday support. 

Stepping Stones Educational Therapy Center, Inc., received a $4,500 award from the Central Georgia EMC Operation Round Up Foundation.  The funds will replace their aging communications system which will allow each class to communicate with the main office and increase safety in the center.

The Central Georgia EMC Foundation awards a $3,000 grant to the Henry County Fuller Center for Housing. The grant will help fund the construction of a storage facility. The facility will expand their capacity for receiving building material donations.

The Central Georgia EMC Foundation announced today that it awarded $1,500 in a grant to Never Too Late, Inc. The grant will be used to purchase supplies for their animal therapy program.

The Central Georgia EMC Foundation announced today that it awarded $5,000 in a grant to Community Action Resources, Inc. The grant will be used to assist in purchasing a wheelchair accessible van.

The Georgia Public Service Commission recently released the Winter 2019 Residential Rate Survey. The survey contains results for the ninety-four electric providers in Georgia including all EMCs, municipalities, and Georgia Power based on the total electric bill amounts for 2,000 kilowatt-hours (kWh), 1,500 kWh, 1,000 kWh, and 500 kWh.

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