AEP presented a check in the amount of $2,356.74 to Sand Springs Schools for participation in the 2014 Peak Performers program.
Your willingness to reduce your electrical demand in response to peak events tremendously helps postpone expensive system upgrades. Consequently, your efforts greatly impact our community by keeping electricity prices at bay. We honor you as a customer and a "negawatt" creator.
Presenting check to Supt. Snow are Nonette Surbaugh and Randy Bailey.
....A Winning Combination!
Central Ninth Grade Center raised $5,126.20 for the Tulsa Area United Way 2014 campaign.
The top money raising classes of Ms. Michelle Bonicelli, Ms. Reba Riederer and Ms. Kathy Davis contacted business leaders in Sand Springs and Tulsa, held an event at McDonald’s, and the student council members went daily to all classrooms with a short message about United Way and the importance of giving. Devin Wilson, a student of Ms. Riederer’s, contributed $1,596.00 of his own money.
A salute . . .