Best wishes for a wonderful birthday and a year filled with Happiness and Success. If you see any of our May birthday folks out and about please wish them a happy birthday!
May 1 – Stacie Green – Community Services
May 2 – Jason Parnell – Recreation Center
May 11 -Kelly Geisel – Recreation Center
May 12 – Bobby Joe Barksdale – Community Services
May 12 – Deborah White – Recreation Center
Jackson Bryant is our new temporary full-time cart attendant. Welcome to Team SLV, Jackson!
Khalil McDaniel is a new server at the River Grille. Welcome to Team SLV, Khalil!
Best wishes for a wonderful birthday and a year filled with Happiness and Success. If you see any of our April birthday folks out and about please wish them a happy birthday!
April 1 – Michael Brown – Tara Golf Shop
April 11 – Lana Stearns – Recreation Center
April 12 – Jeanette Martin – River Grille
April 12 – Hollye Watts – River Grille
April 13 – Fredrick Morgan – Community Services
April 13 – Cheryl Post – Recreation Center
April 18 – Bryce Meehan – River Grille
April 21 – Fred Carter – Tara Golf Course
April 26 – Johnny Williams – Community Services
April 28 – John Brantley – Community Services
April 28 – Lewis Moore – Monticello Golf Course
April 29 – Kelvin Garrett – River Grille
April 29 – Mark Maines – Tara Golf Course
Welcome to Team SLV Steven, Shakeem, and Shardell!
Steven Young is our new full time equipment operator at our Monticello Golf Course.
Shakeem Jackson is our new full time equipment operator at our Community Services Department.
Shardell Martin is our new part time server at the River Grille.
Maddison Smith, a junior at Calhoun Falls Charter School, daughter of Stephen and Tonya Edmunds was one of two students from the local area selected to attend the Washington Youth Tour sponsored by the Electric Cooperatives of South Carolina and Little River Electric Cooperative this summer. Maddison will be flown to Washington DC where she will join a large group of students from all across South Carolina. They will spend the week touring our capitol city and learning more about the function of cooperatives. To qualify, students submitted an application consisting of several essay questions about the cooperative and about themselves. A panel of judges selected a group of finalists and invited them for an interview. The finalists were asked questions about their past experiences, plans for the future and their knowledge of the Cooperative, and they were judged on the basis of their school and community involvement and communication skills.
It is a distinct honor to be selected for this Youth Tour, and we are very proud of Maddison.