CarolinaPower employees strive to be a positive influence at work, at home and in the communities they serve. On Saturday, May 4, Carolina Power-Greenville made a difference by providing a dedicated team of 30 volunteers for the United Way Hands on Greenville (HOG) 25th Annual “Celebration of Service Day.”
CarolinaPower’s team joined thousands of volunteers representing area companies, church groups, associations, and families, who donated their time and talents to work on hundreds of service projects benefitting non-profits, schools, parks and community organizations.
Mike Sease, served as team captain for CarolinaPower’s team, which was assigned to a project at Roper Mountain Science Center.
“Roper Mountain Science Center is a tremendous local resource for K-12 STEM education,” said Sease. “It’s a large site and they really appreciate the work that CarolinaPower and other organizations do to support them. It was a rewarding experience for all of us and we learned a lot about what the Roper Mountain Science Center has to offer kids and the public in general.”
This was CarolinaPower’s inaugural year to participate in “HOG Day” as it is familiarly known locally. Chris Moore, Vice President and General Manager of CarolinaPower, praised the team of which he and his family were a part. “The Team did an outstanding job… this is a tradition we plan to continue for years to come.”