We proudly announce that Reggie Bowlin has been hired as the new Executive Vice President of Engineering Services at UCEMC. He’ll join us at the Carthage Corporate office on July 10th.
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The Washington Youth Tour is loading up the buses in a few weeks, and four high school juniors will pack their bags to represent Upper Cumberland Electric Membership Corporation on the trip. Winners of the UCEMC Creative Writing and Scholarship Competition not only earned spots on the once-in-a-lifetime tour of our nation’s capital with 2,000 other students from across the country, but they also score a $1,000 scholarship and qualify for additional trips and even more money toward their college education.
UCEMC’s Jasmine Byrnes presents Gordonsville High senior Savanna Bryant with the UCEMC $1,000 scholarship she earned by participating in the Creative Writing Contest sponsored by UCEMC and TECA. Savanna also earned a spot on the “Trip of a Lifetime,” the Washington Youth Tour last June. Savanna is the daughter of Marlana Mofield and Phillip Bryant.
The Carthage Rotary Club has received $1,188.24 from The Tennessee Valley Authority’s Community Care Fund program in partnership with UCEMC Cares, Inc. The money will be earmarked for needy children in the area.
Chapter 127 of Mended Hearts, based in Cookeville, has received $2,600 in matching funds from the Tennessee Valley Authority’s Community Care Fund program in partnership with UCEMC Cares, Inc. The money will furnish Automated External Defibrillators (AEDs) to organizations in Smith, Putnam, and Jackson counties.
The Smith County Fine Arts Center has received $1,500.00 from The Tennessee Valley Authority’s Community Care Fund program in partnership with UCEMC Cares, Inc. The funds will purchase costumes and rights for plays for the coming season.
The New Middleton Fire Department in Gordonsville has received $4,528.00 from The Tennessee Valley Authority’s Community Care Fund program in partnership with UCEMC Cares, Inc. Chief Paul Pope says the funds will be used to purchase much-needed equipment. “We’ll replace the starter and alternator on Engine 702, buy six pike pole brackets, a K-9 rescue blade, booster hose, mask bags, and LED scene lights. We thank TVA and UCEMC Cares, Inc. for awarding this grant.”
White Plains Academy has been awarded a grant from the Tennessee Valley Authority, in partnership with Bicentennial Volunteers, Inc., a TVA retiree organization, to develop science, technology, engineering, and math education projects to help spark student interest in future careers in STEM-related fields.