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Cobb EMC dedicates auditorium to Bo and Mary Jean Pounds

Cobb EMC hosted a ribbon cutting on Thursday, March 15 to dedicate the company’s newly-remodeled auditorium to Bo and Mary Jean Pounds in recognition of their lifetime of commitment to supporting and improving the community.

“Bo and Mary Jean Pounds were active and engaged members of Cobb EMC for more than five decades,” said Tripper Sharp, Chairman of Cobb EMC’s board of directors. “His leadership and dedicated efforts laid the groundwork for a strategic transformation of our cooperative.”

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Cobb EMC offering scholarship for student-athlete

Cobb EMC is now accepting nominations for the Cobb EMC Positive Energy Award, a $1,000 college scholarship that recognizes a student-athlete in Cobb County who brings positive energy to every practice and competition. It is given through Positive Athlete Georgia, which has programs in Georgia, Western Pennsylvania, Minnesota and Michigan and was started by former UGA football start and Super Bowl XL MVP Hines Ward.

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Cobb EMC awards 53 mini-grants to local teachers

Partners in Education

Cobb EMC recently awarded 53 mini-grants to elementary, middle and high school teachers across the electric utility’s service area. These mini-grants, which total more than $25,000, will fund a variety of experiential and active learning projects including career prep, community gardens, STEM, art and music expansions.

“We’re proud to support these incredible teachers and the creativity they bring to their classrooms,” said Mark Justice, director of education and community relations at Cobb EMC.

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You'll love this bright change

Cobb EMC plans to change out the electric cooperative’s 60,000 streetlights to LEDs over the next five years. The transition will brighten roadways and improve visibility for residents across northwest metro Atlanta. Additionally, the lights are equipped with new technology that enables the company to remotely monitor and control street and area lights.

“The sensors give us alerts in real time,” said Bhaji Dhillon, director of system quality and planning at Cobb EMC. “We are able to dispatch a crew to repair an outage before customers even realize there is a problem.”

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