Algoma Utilities celebrates Public Power Week
October 5th thru October 9th is Public Power Week at Algoma Utilities.
Algoma Utilities invites their customers to participate
in a variety of Public Power Week events.
REGISTER TO WIN A LAWN MOWER!!!! Enter the drawing for a chance to win a new battery powered lawn mower. This lawn mower cuts a 19” path with the power of a gas mower. There is no gas or oil to buy or spill, and no engine emissions to pollute the air. The Neuton Mower is ideal for lawns up to 1/3 of an acre, (about 15,000 sq ft) and lasts up to an hour, depending on grass conditions.
Return the form below to enter the drawing for the lawnmower and the other door prizes. For your convenience you can return the form with your next payment. Deadline to enter is October 9, 2009.
ALGOMA UTILITIES TO COLLECT ITEMS FOR LOCAL ORGANIZATIONS
Algoma Utilities will be collecting items for the Violence Intervention Project, Lakeshore Cap and the Heavenly Business Food Pantry organizations. Items can be brought to the Algoma Utilities’ office. Customers who drop off items will receive a gift for their donation.
Items the organizations are looking for are:
This year will mark the 23rd Anniversary of Public Power Week. Algoma Utilities along with more than 2,000 electric utilities provide electricity on a not-for-profit basis to 44 million Americans. This means our homes and businesses run on electricity provided by a utility that is community-owned, not-for-profit, and has a mission to serve local citizens.
- Personal care items such as toothpaste, toothbrushes, shampoos and soaps.
- Paper products such as toilet paper, paper towels and tissues.
- Diapers (all sizes) & diaper wipes.
- Laundry supplies.
- Dish soap and other cleaning items such as toilet cleaner, sink & tub cleaners and window cleaner.
Public Power Week is a national, annual event sponsored in conjunction with the American Public Power Association in Washington, D.C. APPA is the national service organization for community-and state-owned electric utilities.
- Lower-cost electricity
- Quality customer service
- Energy-efficiency programs
- Community-wide economic contributions