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SMECO Employees Raise $57,450 for Intellectually and Developmentally Disabled

Southern Maryland Electric Cooperative (SMECO) employees held two fund-raising events and recently donated $57,450 to three organizations in Southern Maryland: The Arc Southern Maryland in Calvert County, Spring Dell in Charles County, and Bay Community Support Services in St. Mary’s County. Each organization will receive $19,150. “We selected these three organizations that assist intellectually and developmentally disabled people as this year’s recipients because they provide services to individuals and families who need support for everyday living,” said Natalie Cotton, SMECO’s government affairs and community relations director. “Contributing to these groups that help Southern Maryland families enjoy meaningful lives is an honor,” said Richard Jarboe, SMECO supply chain director. “Our annual charity golf outing has become an extraordinary fundraising event because we are able to work with our vendors, who make big-hearted contributions. It means a great deal to us to be able to provide a donation that will help make our community even better.” SMECO employees raised the money through the SMECO Annual Charity Golf Outing in October and the SMECO 75 Bike Ride held in June. The events are supported by SMECO vendors, the cooperative’s board and executive team, and employees who volunteer. The cooperative selects different organizations each […]

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